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Sarah Taylor 9 Dec 17
A passionate, purposeful amazing business reskilling women in digital
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Prof Alison Leary PhD RN Sep 11
This looks good! ? Is this another approach to the workforce issues we face in healthcare?
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Growing Points Jan 23
Great to see employers offering opportunity to women wanting to return to work. Don't forget there are skilled refugees -men and women - who have had to interrupt their careers. Contact us! #diversity
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Birkbeck Futures Jan 18
We're looking forward to welcoming on campus in a couple of weeks to discuss career transitions and returnships - they'll be looking at how returnships can be beneficial to your career! Register at
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SHRM HR News Mar 9
Sometimes called "re-entry internships," are a way for employers to find job candidates among experienced professionals who've taken a career break of several years.
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InfoSecSherpa Jun 5
"The most overlooked group is also the group of people who are likely to offer a company more commitment once they are in their roles: professionals returning to the workforce after an absence." via
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Go Construct Dec 19
If you've spent time away from work, it can be daunting making the transition back into full time employment. ⚒️ Check out the opportunities have with their programme before applications close on 31 December:
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enei Jun 19
research for shows HR professionals' interest and engagement in is strongest when they are told that an increasing number of employers are actively hiring returners -
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Rachel Billington Dec 11
Excited and a little bit nervous to present on HR conference. Wish me luck!
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Women Returners Mar 8
Now is the perfect time to return to work after a career break! Read our blog on why the new Returner Programmes Guidelines for Employers are great news for returners too:
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The Talent Keepers Dec 5
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Liz Hughes Aug 16
Really positive meeting today with discussing collaborations galore with my hat on. V impressed by the resources the government are investing in this area. Can’t wait to kick things off!
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Ginibee Jan 12
Becoming a parent does not mean we stop learning new skills that can apply in many situations. Yet language like "leave" and "break" CareerBreak implies the opposite. Do we need to think about a reframe?
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Delia Lloyd Apr 25
So impressed with the work that does to get women - and other people who have taken an extended break - back into the workforce:
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WERKIN Jan 14
Research shows three in five or 65% of returning working women end up in lower skilled roles than ones they held prior to their career breaks. We thought we’d highlight a few companies that are making life a bit easier for these returners ➡️
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MomSource Network Jun 20
Webcast: promotes initiatives that drive progress for businesses and believe returnships to be a disruptor in hiring practices.
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MomSource Network Jun 20
Webcast: A few keys to success. Start Small, have champions of leaders and advocates within the organization, model program in existing hiring practices.
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Whitney Bairstow Behm Feb 14
The program at is open to women and men who have at least 5 years of professional experience and have been out of the paid workforce for at least two years to focus on caring for a child or other dependent.
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Becci Martin Jun 21
Yep, are looking at let’s get a catch up organised xx
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Talented Ladies Club Jan 18
How do work? What do female returners REALLY want after a career break? And how can local companies reap the benefit of a returnship? By Ten2Two
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