April, 2015, FlexProfessionals, LLC. If you are a small business and have not considered incorporating part-time employees into your staffing model, you should. The economics are there and they are quantifiable.
PRESS RELEASE, March 23, 2015. FlexProfessionals, LLC is expanding its services to the Boston metro area. Launched in 2010, this niche staffing company specializing in part-time and flexible placements, is becoming a “go-to” talent source for entrepreneurial and small businesses looking for cost-effective ways to support their growth.
FlexProfessionals’ mission and model is highlighted in this popular Washington Post weekly business column.
July 17th, 2014, FlexProfessionals, LLC. How the adoption of part-time jobs, when created and offered for the right reasons — to stimulate business growth versus taking advantage of a government loophole — can be a “win-win” for companies and employees.
January 21, 2015, Brie Weiler Reynolds, FlexJobs. FlexProfessionals is listed among the top 100 of companies to watch for remote job opportunities in 2015, based on analysis of over 30,000 companies and their job posting activity during last year.
November 13, 2014, Fairfax County Economic Development Authority (FCEDA) puts the spotlight on FlexProfessionals.
September 26, 2014, Kathy Caprino, Contributor, Forbes.com. Kerry Hannon, AARP Jobs Expert, shares her take on age bias and highlights FlexProfessionals as an agency that has been successful placing seasoned workers into meaningful jobs.
August 25, 2014, James O’Brien, Mashable. O’Brien writes about how human resources experts predict significant change in the workforce over the next half-decade. Ellen Grealish of FlexProfessionals weighs in on how millennials and baby boomers alike are contributing to the shift.
October 13, 2014, Kerry Hannon, AARP. Want extra income? These skills are the most sought-after by employers.
June, 2014, David Tobenkin, narfe Magazine. Sheila Murphy, FlexProfessionals Co-Founder, shares tips on how federal government employees can best prepare themselves for work in the private sector.