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  • How can job-sharing benefit both employers and employees?
  • How can job-sharing benefit both employers and employees?
    Sebastiaan ter Burg, Creative Commons (2017) ©

Ginibee: pairing job-sharers for a flexible workforce

A regular nine-to-five from Monday to Friday isn’t for everyone. In fact, 87% of British employees either work or want to work flexibly, freeing up time for their families or passion projects. Ginibee aims to help these individuals – and their employers – by splitting their job with another person.

Location United Kingdom

The world of work is changing; 87% of employees in the UK either work or want to work flexibly, and 25% of those in full-time roles would choose to go part-time so long as it didn’t affect their career prospects or pay per hour. [1] And although only 8.7% of roles with a salary of over £20,000 are advertised as offering flexible working, more than 40% of employers would consider an application for a senior role on a shared basis. [2][3] Ginibee is a service that’s responding to these shifts, helping employers retain their staff by ...



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