More and more businesses are opening their minds to encouraging women back to work. Returner programmes are becoming more popular, we are delighted every year to see many more organisations providing a programme for first steps back to work. Whilst most of them are with larger organisations you may be familiar with, we too are working with local SME’s who can also see the benefit of working with returners and providing a platform for this. Our colleague Tracy Adams in Gloucestershire has successfully conducted a returners programme with a local firm providing them with fantastic experienced candidates and giving local professionals a great first step back on the ladder. If you would like to know more about what these programs entail here are the links to just a few.

Barclays  

PWC

Credit Suisse

Santander

Deloitte

Virgin

Fidelity

Happy researching, let us know how you get on. In the meantime does anyone think that November has snuck in there without permission !! I cannot quite believe we are almost halfway though. As we fast approach the end of the year we have one more workshop to fit in Which is a member get together on the 29th November. This is now fully booked, but we will be releasing a new diary schedule for 2019 in the next few weeks. This will include our popular CV workshop, please keep your eyes peeled for more details to hit your inbox soon and be sure to book on, as we operate on a first come first served basis. Meeting as many of our members as possible really helps us better understand your requirements to help us help you secure that next role.

 

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