Job Share Case Studies

Nicole-and-KirstinInterview with Interview with Kirstin Hunter and Nicole Kuepper-Russell – job share Case Team Leaders at Bain & Company

“Being client-facing and with a team to manage, I think my role would be much more difficult if I was working 3 days a week by myself and not in job share. Knowing that my employer supports flexible working and was willing to experiment with us to make the model work was a big factor in my decision to come back after maternity leave. “

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job share case studiesInterview with Trudi O’Connell and Nici Lyver job share consultants in Financial Services.

“You need to take the onus of making a job share work, which means doing whatever it takes to make it work for your manager and stakeholders – there should be no or very little extra activities/engagement that they need to do because it’s a job share over and above what they would need to do if there was just one individual in the role.”

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job share case studies Interview with Tricia Shaw and Michele Jackson – Joint CEO at Audrey Page and Associates

“Our view is that it’s one job that happens to be filled by two equal partners. We strongly advocate that both partners need to be able to do the whole job, so that while we will have preferences and strengths, there isn’t any aspect of the role that one of us couldn’t do.”

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 CaseStudy3Interview with Jane Wright and Lauren Barel – Joint Director and Principal at Workdynamic Australia

“We acted as ‘one person’. Clients and partners knew they could contact either of us at any time and get the same level of service. We did
detailed handovers in person on Wednesday and I did a written handover on Friday night.”

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