Jenny Varley left her Head of Digital Comms job at HSBC after 11 years in 2020, to fix a problem she experience first hand: how to keep people in mid and senior level jobs when they need to work less. Jenny launched Flink, an enterprise job share platform that makes it easy for companies to integrate job sharing into talent strategy. Flink graduated this month from the Founder Institute, the world’s largest pre-seed startup accelerator. Jenny’s twenty five year career spans journalism, PR and marketing and employer brand strategy. An exciting hand-break turn early on in Jenny’s career, lead her into location management for the Harry Potter and Bridget Jones film franchises for several years before becoming disillusioned with the lack of women in senior production roles. Jenny has now made it her life’s work to help employers design inclusive jobs at every level and make them easy to share so no one ever has to sacrifice their career and long term income potential when they need to work fewer days.
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