A Guide To Flexible Working

Here at Gymnast Jobs we’re always keen to talk about all things flexible (apologies if it ever gets too much!). We often find ourselves in some obscure part of the internet following a rabbit-warren-esque trail that leads us to gems like this one, a Guide To Flexible Working from The Law Society Ireland  – it

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Work/Life Balance

The world of work is changing. We’re now able to check our emails last thing at night and first thing in the morning. Office space is costly and the world is becoming smaller, we can be working here in Reading yet our boss can based in some far flung part of the world (or vice

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Fast-track Your Career

As September is now upon us (we’re soaking up the last of the sun on the Costa Brava- don’t be too jealous it seems the rain has found us here!) we’re excited to tell you about a fantastic course coming to Reading. It’s twice a week from 10-1 on Tuesday’s and Thursday’s – starting Tuesday

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Why You Should Vision Board

Taking time to find out about you; what you’re good at, where you want to go and the steps you’re going to take to get there. It’s fun, liberating, gives you that extra spring in your step and, best of all, makes your goals more likely to happen. What’s more now is a particularly good

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Claire Seymour- Available For Flexible Work

With over fifteen years’ experience in business operations, I have proven experience in programme and project management. In my time with EMEA Operations at Microsoft, while responsible for contract to cash and driving compliance through review, reporting and analysis, I also owned the implementation of a new month-end revenue recognition and invoicing process. My Global

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Review. Patrick McGinnis: Author of 10% Entrepreneur- Live Your Startup Dream Without Quitting Your Day Job (he’s also credited with coining the term FOMO)

A recent study by Adobe found that 33 percent of Americans (and roughly 40 percent of millennials) work part-time at another job in addition to their day job. I couldn’t find exact stats for us Brits but to give you some idea more than one-in-five earn over £151 a month from post-work interests. By becoming

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