FlexProfessionals Co-Founder Sheila Murphy shares her personal story with the Today Show and gives strategies for successfully reentering the workforce. To view the video or download our free tips sheets, please click HERE.
Thank you to the Winchester Chamber of Commerce, Executive Director Cathy Alexander and Board of Directors’ Executive member, Dot Butler, for hosting FlexProfessionals and the “How to Get Back to Work on your Own Terms” workshop, held at the Winchester Country Club on November 2. Forty-five attendees participated in this interactive session, led by Jenifer… Read more »
FlexProfessionals, with help from our generous community partners, is collecting gently used professional clothing to help local women in need dress confidently as they pursue work.
Thank you to our avid supporter, Kerry Hannon, for featuring FlexProfessionals and our wonderful former candidate, Lea Giovanniello, in her NYT article, “Inspired or Frustrated, Women Are Starting Businesses of Their Own”. Pick up your copy of the NYT International edition today!
Thinking about re-entering the workforce but not sure where to start? This info-packed on-line workshop is for you!
The Boston Globe looks at how businesses are missing out on big opportunities by not considering the part-time talent pool…
Flashback Friday to Gwenn, Sheila, and Ellen’s interview on the Montgomery County cable show!
Thank you to Alison Starling and ABC News for highlighting Flexprofessionals, LLC in her most recent Working Woman segment and showing the value that part-time professionals can bring to the workforce!
Sheila Murphy shares her journey towards becoming a co-founder/partner of #FlexProfessionals with Hub Dot, a company bringing women together and giving them the freedom to explore and start a conversation that begins ‘What is your story?”
Don’t Let Weak Technology Skills Stop You from Getting a Job: A 6-Step Plan to Achieve Proficiency – Part 5
You’ve made the decision: It’s time to make your job search a priority, but your technology skills are holding you back. You’ve been out of the workforce for 5, 10, maybe 15 years or longer, just as technology has rapidly changed how we work. You haven’t stayed current with the latest software required for the… Read more »