Find | Your | Flex Group launches

Find | Your | Flex Group launches

 

From 1st March 2019, the Mummyjobs Group has rebranded to become The Find | Your | Flex Group.  The move is to provide an inclusive platform for anyone looking for flexible working.

Cheney Hamilton launched Mummyjobs in 2017 fuelled by her own personal circumstances when she was unable to return to the 9-5 after the birth of her second baby. 

Cheney explains: “My own personal situation prompted me to set up mummyjobs.co.uk but it quickly became clear that there’s a much bigger demand for flexible working across the labour market. Just after the initial launch, we went viral and over 1.2million people engaged with us over a 10-day period, searching or in support of flexible work.

“Times have changed and so has the labour market.  With five generations in the workforce, Generation Z opting for work over University, the Gig economy and a 24/7 international community powered by technology, the traditional 9-5 is fast becoming a way of the past.  The demand for flexible working is clearly out there and employers need to consider this when looking for the best talent.”

The new job board (jobs.findyourflex.co.uk) will offer a wide range of roles across all sectors from causal work to senior appointments.  All will champion flexible working whether it’s part-time, job-share, compressed hours, annualised hours, staggered hours, term-time only or phased retirement.  The site will also continue to share practical advice and provide a platform for people to share their experiences relating to flexible working.  The Mummyjobs and Daddyjobs boards will remain but will become campaigning sites for parental rights and equal leave benefits.

Cheney continues: “This feels like a major turning point for the recruitment industry.  We’re working with small niche companies right through to big blue chip brands and I predict that many more employers will soon realise that flexibility needs to become a requisite part of their employment strategy.  Failure to do so could lead to them missing or losing the best candidates for the role.”


Tuesday, 19 March 2019

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