Indeed Flex is committed to fair working practices, offering seasonal staff ownership, control and choice over where, when and how they work. 

We're delighted to welcome Indeed Flex as a new sponsor for 2024. 

Building on the success of international employment website Indeed, Indeed Flex is geared towards people looking for temporary work – such as the front of house and hospitality roles that form such a vital part of the Edinburgh festivals workforce – and shares our commitment to fair working practises

The partnership aims to raise awareness of Indeed Flex and help businesses across Edinburgh fill their temporary positions this summer, particularly during the busy Fringe period when demand for staffing soars. 

Shona McCarthy, Chief Executive of the Edinburgh Festival Fringe Society, said: “As stated in our development goals, the Fringe Society is committed to fair work at the festival, and we’re excited to have found a partner that shares those values while providing essential tools to help seasonal staff find the job that best suits their needs. Edinburgh’s festivals would not be possible without the hard work of an army of dedicated staff and volunteers, and we’re pleased to work with partners who make the process of finding a job easier and better for Fringe workers.” 

Sarah Peck, UK Country Manager at Indeed Flex, said: “By giving jobseekers ownership, control and choice over where, when and how they work, Indeed Flex delivers an engaged and consistent workforce for our clients. Our expertly engineered tech provides Edinburgh businesses with direct access to an ever-growing marketplace of talented, pre-verified workers, while smart-matching ensures the right job fits for both parties to support during their busiest time of year.” 

To find out more about Indeed Flex, see vimeo.com/913324330 or visit indeedflex.co.uk