Increase Profit With Flexibility

Move away from a traditional 9-5 office arrangement and hire a highly productive person for your business. Juggle works with you to select the right schedule to suit your need.

Part time

2-4 days per week
With flexibility around hours and location
Fulfil your core business needs in a time-efficient and economical way.

Full time

4-5 days per week
With flexibility around hours and location
Most popular! Over 60% of Juggle professionals want a full-time, flexible working arrangement.

Portfolio style

1-4 days per month
On-site
The future of work. Hire the expert professional who is in demand with 2-3 other companies, and therefore constantly learning.

Flexibility gives you the business advantage

Flexible work attracts candidates

84% of candidates look at an employer’s flexible working policy when considering application and 40% would choose flexible working over a pay rise. Schedule flexibility, in particular, is a top-three motivator for career decisions globally.

However, flexibility in schedule or location must be explicit in job listings and throughout the application process in order to have the greatest impact.

Flexible work increases gender diversity

For many, flexible work is considered a necessity and not a perk.

One such group is professional women returning from career breaks, including maternity leave. 76% of professional women on career breaks want to return to work, however they still face significant obstacles in coming back into the workplace.

, whether as a result of occupational downgrading or involuntarily working fewer hours than they would prefer. As of 2015, only 6% of advertised roles with a salary of over £20,000 are available on a flexible basis; this shrinks to 2% for roles with a salary of over £100,000.

An increased availability of flexible roles for higher-skilled jobs, alongside addressing negative bias towards CV gaps, has been identified as a practical solution to closing this gender gap.

Read more about how diversity benefits the bottom line.

Flexible work motivates workers

A 2017 YouGov study into British businesses and employees showed that workers consider flexibility to be a greater motivator to their productivity in the workplace than financial incentives (89% vs 77%). This view was shared equally among male and female employees and flexibility was found to be most valued by 35 - 44 year olds.

More than half of British employers also agree that offering flexible working to staff increases productivity, with a gradual decrease in "presenteeism" and the realisation that hours in the office do not equal hours of productivity.

With the proper training, structure and outcomes-based culture, flexible working can be the best thing to happen to your business.

Learn more about our flexible working workshops.