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Job shares: Information and Networking

Register your interest

Register your interest now for an information and networking event on Job Shares taking place on Wednesday 5th October 2022, hosted by Registrar, Rachel Sandby-Thomas and the Part-Time Staff Network.

  • Engage with colleagues currently working in a job share: How did they go about applying? How does it work in practice? What are the benefits and challenges of this style of part-time working?
  • Engage with managers on their experiences of employing a job share partnership: What do managers see as the benefits and challenges of job share working?
  • Engage with HR: what are HR doing to enable and support job share working?

Timings for the event

9:00-9:30 Arrival and refreshments
9:30am

Rachel Sandby-Thomas introduction followed by information sharing and Q&A on:

  • Why job share?
  • Applying for a job share
  • Working as a job share
  • Managing a job share
10.30-10.45am Any final Q&A from sli.do on the day and wrap-up
10.45-11.30am Networking & refreshments

Colleagues are welcome to attend part or all of the event as their availability allows.

Submit questions and comments

Submit questions and comments in advance to help us to shape the agenda for this event. What would you like to get out of the session? What might it be helpful to learn about job share working? What do you see as the barriers to job share working?

Access our sli.do Q&A (second tab) where you can post questions and comments anonymously and/or vote for any questions others have already submitted, bringing the most important topics to the fore.

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