Power 50 2019: This is what part-time looks like

Meet the winners of this year's Power 50 awards, who are proving that it's possible to succeed at a senior level whilst working part-time.

Timewise Power 50 2019It feels as if the Timewise Power 50 has come of age. Launched seven years ago to bring senior part-timers out of the shadows, it has evolved to become a celebration of the art of the possible.

This year’s winners prove that part-time work is no longer just for mums, or women, or office workers. They are the most varied group, with the most varied motivations, that we have ever seen. So while some work flexibly to care for children or relatives, others do so to write books or musicals, to pursue a side-hustle, or to look after their mental and physical health.

What our winners do have in common is that they all work for organisations that see flexible working as an opportunity, not a problem, and support their employees to succeed. We’re highlighting three particularly brilliant examples of innovative practice in our Flexible Employers category.

We hope you enjoy our winners’ stories. In 2019, this is what part-time looks like.


Winners of individual categories

Our Power 50 winners were judged under the following categories:

POWER PART-TIMERS CATEGORY
Senior business leaders who are succeeding within a part-time role.

POWER CLIMBERS CATEGORY
Middle managers who are tipped for success, and work four days a week or fewer.

POWER JOB SHARERS CATEGORY
Pairs of senior individuals who work together in a job share or job split.

POWER RETURNERS CATEGORY
Professional people who have returned from a career break of two years or more, into a senior role on a part-time or flexible basis.

POWER FOUNDERS CATEGORY
Entrepreneurs who have used their start-up status to give themselves the chance to work flexibly.


Flexible employer awards

In addition to the Timewise Power 50, we recognised three companies that are designing and delivering innovative flexible working solutions.

VIEW EMPLOYER AWARD WINNERS

View previous winners

Take a look at winners from recent years.

VIEW PREVIOUS WINNERS

Supported by: EY, Diageo, Dixons Carphone, Lloyds Banking Group