Increasingly, more and more people are seeking a greater level of flexibility and a better work/life balance in their jobs. In the quest for these coveted work benefits, many people are shunning traditional 9-to-5 roles in favor of part-time opportunities. Sometimes, employees may be...
Increasingly, more and more people are seeking a greater level of flexibility and a better work/life balance in their jobs. In the quest for these coveted work benefits, many people are shunning traditional 9-to-5 roles in favor of part-time opportunities. Sometimes, employees may be disappointed to find that a part-time role doesn’t carry with it the same level of strategic responsibility or challenges as their full-time work, which can be frustrating in some instances.
A possible solution, for both employers and employees, is to consider the option of a job share. This is typically where a full-time remit is shared between employees who want to work part-time hours. Let’s chat about the job-sharing model and how The Job Pairing platform helps by creating job pairs through a matching process and preparing them for employment.
How to evaluate if job sharing is possible for your position, and if it's a good fit for you personally
How to introduce & apply the idea to your workplace
Tips to prepare for & avoid the more common mistakes made when job sharing
Meet The Speaker
Senior Copywriter at Hawkeye
Julie Tepe has 6+ years of combined agency and corporate marketing experience, with an emphasis on copywriting and content strategy. She has worked across eight industries in both the business and consumer spaces.
As Senior Copywriter for a Columbus-based agency, Julie led the strategy and development of Sprint’s first in-store tablet-optimized sales app. She also managed content development and strategy for the launch of Sprint’s first cloud collaboration product, Google Apps for Work.
Julie went on to support virtual availability leader, Veeam Software in the global integration of product messaging as they climbed towards their goal of $1 billion in revenue. Julie played a critical role in messaging flagship products, including Veeam Availability Platform, and partnered with VMware, Microsoft, AWS and IBM for alliance partner product launches.
Julie currently supports brands such as JPMorgan Chase, Darden, Kraft-Heinz, Walmart and Georgia Pacific in the role of Senior Copywriter under the global agency, Publicis Groupe. In addition, she owns and operates her own editorial service, Small Mountain Editorial, LLC. Julie earned her BA in Communication from the University of Cincinnati and her MBA from Capital University.