Want a 4-day week with 5-day’s pay?

All you have to do is join the Stelfox team.

We’re looking for the best Tech Recruitment Consultants and Senior Tech Recruitment Consultants.

If this is you, read on and apply now.


3 Steps To A 4-Day Week.

We don’t believe that you should be constrained by rules and hours set during the Industrial Revolution.

We trust our team to deliver results without being put under a microscope.

Here’s our secret to how Stelfox does the 4-day week.


Step 1: Pass Your Probation.

We have a standard 6-month probation period. During this time, you’ll get to know the team, do the best training and start making deals. There might even be a fun event or two. If you are a good fit and deliver results, you’ll pass your probation in 3 months like many of our team members.



Step 2: Hit Your Target Two Months In A Row.

You understand that recruiters have targets. Our targets are realistic and achievable. Hit your targets two months in a row, and you’ll qualify for the 4-day week in month three.



Step 3: Stay On Target.

You’ll now be well settled into your position and have a healthy pipeline. Keep doing what you’re doing and the 4-day week with 5-day’s pay is yours. If you fall below target, it’s no big deal. Hit your target two months in a row again to re-qualify for a 4-day week. It’s simple and achievable to get back on track in a short space of time.


Are you ready to change how you work?

Email talent@stelfox.com to schedule a discreet chat or apply now below!

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