Flexible working can mean many things, from freelancing through to flexible hours. But being this broad with the definition would have been a disaster for your job-hunting experience, so we made our own definition.
On Flexa, flexible working means: a full-time job that allows you to work from home up to four days/week, or gives you the ability to tailor your working hours to better suit you.
Flexible working on Flexa is not: fully remote working, part-time working, job shares, or freelancing. We think that those are great ways of working too, but there are lots of other terrific platforms out there if you’re looking for that kind of work.
Firstly, the jobs on Flexa don’t pay less, they pay the same as traditional jobs, they just offer a non-traditional office environment.
Secondly, we genuinely want to improve the way that you work, so we are rigorous in making sure the companies whose jobs we feature have a genuinely flexible working environment. If a company doesn’t align with our values and purpose, then we won’t post their jobs.
The last thing we want is for you to discover you’ll be expected to be in the office every day when you wanted to work from home on Wednesdays and Fridays.
Do you think it would be possible to offer your employees some days a week at home or from a location of their choice, e.g. a co-working space? If so, make sure that your employees are set up for success – Microsoft Teams/Sharepoint/Google Hangouts are all great options for staying in touch.
There are dozens of benefits of a flexible working environment, and we’re sure you’ll discover these once you try it out. If you want to write this into employment contracts, then we suggest speaking to a lawyer, of course.
If you like the look of a role, then just hit the apply button. We’ll endeavour to get you a response from the employer, even if it’s a ‘not this time’. We don’t enable candidates to contact job posters directly, but if you have any issues then feel free to contact us here at Flexa.