We’re not just connecting employers and candidates, we’re looking for the most productive, rewarding scenarios for both. This year, we’ve seen that flexibility benefits companies as well as workers – and a lot of new research confirms it. Flexibility at work improves quality of life and job satisfaction. That boosts productivity, engagement and, ultimately, profitability. We’re here to help businesses find new and better ways to hire the best people for their teams, and to help candidates find career placements that suit their skills as well as their lifestyle needs. Win, win.
FLEX is a flexible term. It can mean flexible hours, part-time work, temporary work, remote work or, usually, some combination of those that works for all parties.
For candidates, FLEX jobs offer:
- FLEXible schedules and work-life balance
- FLEXible career transitions
- FLEXible re-entry to the workplace after pausing to raise a family
For employers, FLEX jobs:
- Save money. With part-time and remote work, companies avoid investing in the downtime built into full-time work, save on benefits and cut overhead costs, allowing them to spend when profit margins align.
- Create trial periods. Contract hires can train and grow to become FT if the need and desire fit, without up-front investment.
- Boost engagement. Workers are most committed to jobs that work for them. Many highly educated PT workers don’t need but want to work, so they can be counted on to be engaged and committed.
At ProspectBlue FLEX, we work creatively with employers and candidates to discover not only the “who” in a great match, but also the “how.”
ProspectBlue is proud to announce that FLEX Certified programs are now available. These custom curated programs are designed to assist those who are re-entering the workforce. No matter your skill level, we will work with you to develop a plan and select vetted courses to help you qualify for whatever career is calling you. Email us at email@example.com for additional information.
women are integral
to today’s workforce
U. S. workers are women.
Women in the U. S. leave their jobs after having a child.
Mothers with children under 18 participate in the labor force.
Of working moms get no more than 6 hours of sleep at night.
Mothers are the primary or sole earners with children under 18.
Of hiring managers said a mother returning to the workplace is a good hire because she is more likely to be hard-working.
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