Great article by Recruitment Grapevine on a subject very close to our hearts!

The ever-present threat of skills shortages means that employers need to look for professional candidates outside of the “normal” 9-5 criteria and adopt an increasingly diverse and flexible outlook. More specifically, that means including talented professionals such as women looking for a part-time professional career to fit around family life. Recruitment Grapevine covers our story in the Gloucestershire and Bristol region, but it’s equally relevant across all areas of the UK.

Check out the full article here.

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