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42% Of HR Professionals Yearn For A Good Work-Life Balance

And want to work more flexible hours ...

 
 


That means almost half of all HR Professionals feel they work too long and see their families too little. Not great news then for parents, carers, and others who're becoming exhausted by the corporate lifestyle ...

If you're an HR Professional and want to work more flexible hours, then talk to the HR Dept!

If you're an HR Professional and want to work more flexible hours, then talk to the HR Dept!

HR professionals tend to be the ones spending time out of the office and travelling the breadth of the country for meetings; all this is clearly taking its toll on the UK and Ireland's HR professionals.

Time here is operative. New parents often want to spend more time at home, those close to retirement look for opportunities that allow them to stay local; many have turned to The HR Dept's Franchise opportunity to help them build a business in their local area.

"But why is this such a
good option?"

Because you can choose to work the hours that suit you. If you'd rather work in the evenings so you can pick the kids up after school, you can. Your business fits around your life, not the other way around.

Being flexible doesn't have to come at a price either, The HR Dept allows our licensees to build a successful business using a tried and tested model, helping them achieve a healthy income as they work.

Is this something you may be interested in pursuing? Building a business is a challenge, but it's made easier by the fantastic support you'll receive from the central office and the 60+ strong network of HR Dept licensees who have been through it all before.

"We're a collaborative network!"

We all support each other, and that's what makes us different. Far from working on your own, this could be the biggest HR team you've ever been a part of! Click here to head to The HR Dept's website to find out more.

Until next time ...

GEMMA TUMELTY




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More about Gemma Tumelty ...

HR DEPT

Gemma is responsible for the success of The HR Dept and its Licensee programme, supporting her team of 5 staff to take the brand from strength to strength.

Before joining the company that her mother founded Gemma worked in a range of roles in marketing and communications, policy development and stakeholder management.

She loves working with our network of fantastic HR Professionals helping them to achieve their dreams.



Telephone:

0345 208 1120

Website:

http://www.hr-professionals.co.uk


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