Deloitte Return to Work Supported Hiring
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- Returner Programmes
Boom! You’re back
Return to work when you’re ready, at any time throughout the year, and receive the training and support to help re-launch your career. We help you rebuild your career in a way that works for you. Perhaps you’ve been exploring the world, spending time with your family, or just needed some time out. Whatever the reason, if you’re returning from an extended career break of two years or more, our Return to Work supported hiring opportunities could be right for you.
Transitional support to help you get up to speed
Our Return to Work supported hiring opportunities are open to anyone who’s taken an extended career break, typically for two years or more. You’ll be given the support to refresh your knowledge and skills and boost your professional confidence. And we are open to exploring agile/flexible working arrangements.
Whatever you’ve been up to, we know it will have enriched who you are and what you can offer our clients and our business. This is about giving you the time and support you need to readjust and redevelop your skills.
In addition to our comprehensive firm-wide induction, you’ll have access to technical skills training, tailored coaching sessions, our returner network, and a range of bespoke learning materials.
What’s the most exciting part of coming back?
The most exciting and fulfilling parts of coming back are definitely building my confidence and being part of an interesting and exciting environment that’s constantly evolving. There’s a sense of empowerment in knowing that, even though I’ve had a career break, I’m a valuable member of every team. I feel I have a role to play once again, and am supported along the way.
How did Deloitte support your Return to Work?
Deloitte completely removed the stress of coming back to work after an extended break. My line manager and buddy were very welcoming and congratulatory, and both reached out to me before my first day and pre-empted some of the really basic questions I had. The soft skills training we had in the first couple of weeks back helped me realise I still ‘had it in me’ to excel in the workplace. Belief in myself alongside the refresher training was all I really needed to get going. I have a coach and regular feedback sessions to help me raise questions and monitor how things are working.
What does agile working mean for you?
To me, agile working is about getting the job done and meeting deadlines, no matter where and at what time this happens. There’s the utmost respect for each person’s individual circumstances. If I want to work from home one day, or come in early and leave early, or set up regular working patterns to help me successfully juggle and enjoy all the interplays in my life, I’m free to do it and to change it as things change. Career progression and job satisfaction is not at all about face time or office presence anymore. It’s also very helpful that the IT infrastructure and management attitudes completely support this.
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