Helping women to return to work after an extended career break
Whether it’s due to a career transition or maternity leave, our aim is to create a pathway for women to reclaim their careers with confidence and thrive in the workplace. We’re here to provide the resources and support to help women navigate the challenges of returning to work.
Helping you rejoin the workforce
The cost of childcare, lack of flexibility in managerial roles, and other barriers make returning to full-time work impossible for many women. As a result, more women are choosing to work part-time in less paid administrative roles or cut their maternity leave short to return to the same level job. We believe there’s a better way.
As a minority-owned business and a ‘Diversity Supplier of the Year’ in 2023, we are committed to combating discrimination and gender inequality in the workplace. As a part of our diversity, equity and inclusion initiatives, we are working with employers and career returners to facilitate women’s return to work, with a focus on placing them in supportive environments. Businesses need to do better. And it begins here.
of women go back to full-time after having children, of which 79% ended up leaving due to not being able to maintain a full-time role alongside having a baby
of women want to go back to work after they have children
reduction in women in managerial roles after starting a family, with a corresponding 44% increase of women in admin roles
Source: That Works For Me
Are you a female professional looking to return to work?
Fill in our ‘Career Returner’ form. A member of our team will reach out to speak to you about our current opportunities and how we can help you to get back to work.