20 companies open to part-time jobs in 2024

Finding a part-time job just got easier! We've compiled a comprehensive list of 20 companies that are open to part-time hours in 2024. 

15th Apr 2024

Part-time jobs offer greater flexibility, meaning you can better balance work with other commitments such as education, childcare, or personal interests. This means working the hours that fit your lifestyle, reducing stress and boosting your overall wellbeing.

Whether you're simply looking for a more flexible schedule or looking to pursue other personal interests, these companies have opportunities that may be perfect for you. 

  1. Hurree: Powered by our AI assistant, Riva, Hurree offers dynamic dashboards for up-to-date insights and customizable visualizations tailored to your needs, helping you unlock the power of your data.
  2. Distinction: A digital product studio specialising in user research, UX/UI and software engineering.
  3. Perlego: Perlego's ambition is to become the world’s online learning library, a single place where learners can instantly access all of the world’s academic content for less than the price of a single book.
  4. Motorway: Motorway are on a mission to move the car industry online – and in doing so, they’re making buying and selling cars a more efficient and 10x better experience. 
  5. Moneysupermarket Group: MoneySuperMarket is the UK’s leading price comparison website - providing free, online tools to help people manage, save and grow their money, by enabling them to compare and switch Insurance, Money and Home products.
  6. Microsoft: Microsoft’s mission is to empower every person and every organisation on the plant to achieve more. 
  7. Send Technology: The driving force behind founding Send was a collective vision to reshape and enhance the processes of commercial insurers by seamlessly integrating advanced technology and deep expertise.
  8. ProfitAbility Business Solutions: A company dedicated to creating memorable learning experiences which make people better at their jobs. Their games enable organisations to have a positive impact on their people, planet and profit.
  9. Mondelēz International: Mondelēz International is a multinational confectionery, food and beverage company that has been making treats in the UK for nearly two hundred years.
  10. Token.oi: Token.io harnesses the power of open banking and real-time rails to make payments faster, fairer and frictionless for everyone. 
  11. Brit Insurance: Brit is a leading global specialty insurer and reinsurer focused on underwriting complex risks
  12. Not On The High Street: Discover thousands of unique finds at Not on The High Street. From gifts to homeware, they're all made or sourced by the UK's best small businesses.
  13. WeTransfer:  A well designed file sharing service for the creative community that has grown to include tools and features that scale across the creative spectrum to enable collaboration, co-creation and client management across the creative professional workflow process.
  14. Simprints: Simprints is a nonprofit company building technology to increase effectiveness in how the world fights global poverty.
  15. TUI Group: a leading global travel and leisure experience company counting 1200 travel agencies, around 130 planes, over 400 hotels, 16 cruise liners, various digital platforms for leisure activities, and over 60,000 brilliant colleagues worldwide.
  16. Mr B & Friends: Mr B & Friends a brand consultancy that delivers brands and experiences for IHG, The LEGO Group and many more
  17. Bae Systems: Bae Systems make the future more secure for everyone by creating bold, pioneering security products and services that can change the world we live in.
  18. Virgin Media 02: An award-winning fibre broadband provider & telecommunications company that manages 47 million UK connections across broadband, mobile, TV and home phone.
  19. CoppaFeel: CoppaFeel exists to ensure all breast cancers are diagnosed at the earliest stage possible when treatments are more available and survival rates are higher.
  20. Atom Bank: The UK’s first app-based bank, and were the country’s first digital only back to be granted a regulatory licence