Job Share Blog Archives


Returning to work after having a baby - what to do

Returning to work after having a baby can be a scary time – especially if you’re looking for a new job. It’s so long since you’ve set foot in an office, let alone prepared for an interview! To help you feel more confident and prepared for your post-baby job hunt, part-time recruitment experts Capability Jane share their advice on how to find and apply for your perfect role.

Job Share opportunity with BNY Mellon

Capability Jane is pleased to announce we are promoting a new Job Share opportunity with BNY Mellon for a Risk Manager, working 3 days/week in London.

Thames Tideway Returners Programme

Capability Jane are delighted to be supporting Thames Tideway Tunnel with the launch of the Tideway Returner Programme for talented professionals who want to restart their careers after an extended career break. Based in London at their Paddington offices, they are offering a paid 12-week internship starting on 13th April 2015 for people who have been out of the workforce for 2 years or more.

Morgan Stanley's Return-to-Work "Internship" Programme

Returning to work after an extended career break can be a daunting prospect. As part of Morgan Stanley's ongoing efforts to support experienced professionals throughout the various stages of their careers, the Firm is running the Return To Work Programme London, a paid 12-week internship for professionals who have taken a career break and are looking to re-enter the workforce on a permanent basis.

The Flexible Job Design Imperative

The way in which people work is changing rapidly and traditional full time ways of working are no longer valid. Advancing technologies, changing demographics and new societal values are creating a significant need for more flexible ways of working. For employers, the ability to offer flexible and part-time working is no longer a ‘nice to have’, but an essential talent strategy and source of competitive advantage.

What managers tell us they love about managing a senior level Job Share partnership – 10 insights

We often hear stories, rumours and indeed gossip about how job shares have gone wrong or what a bad experience people have had, however there are hundreds and hundreds of good news stories that get forgotten about. I love it when I hear managers raving about the job share in their team, the positives that spill out of their mouths about the benefits to them, their wider team, the business as a whole.

How to Make a Job Sharing Situation Work

Job sharing — splitting a full-time position into two part-time jobs — is an increasingly popular flexible work arrangement. But is it really possible to share a job with another person? How can you make what looks good on paper work in reality?

10 things to include in your job share business case

Job share proposals are much more likely to be accepted by managers when you present clear business benefits, explain the logistics of how it would work and address any practical concerns. Based on our research, here are 10 things you should include.

Job Sharing in Senior Roles

At this week’s Breakfast Briefing, “Job Sharing in Senior Roles” we were delighted to welcome experienced job sharers from Unilever, Ernst and Young and Vodafone.

Do job share partners need to know each other beforehand?

Myth Buster: Job Share partners do not have to know each other or have worked together before in order to be successful

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