workingmums.co.uk run a series of roundtable events which bring together diversity and recruitment experts from leading organisations, across different sectors, to debate issues relating to diversity, flexible working and progressing women in the workplace. Since March 2020 these events have been conducted online.
The aim of the roundtables is to share best practice and influence policy and practice in these areas.
Roundtables are by invitation only. Contact us if you are an HR or Diversity professional and would like receive invitations to future events.
January 19th: Ensuring gender diversity in the face of Covid-19 challenges
February 9th: The impact on COVID-19 on jobseekers with a particular focus on Early Talent and Older Workers
March 23rd: Neurodiversity in the workplace
If you would like to read what was discussed at the following roundtables, request a copy of the white paper here.
February: Flexible Working in Senior Roles – Sponsored by Schneider Electric UK
May: Transition Back to Work
June: The Future of Agile Working
July: A Focus on Diversity and Inclusion
September 8th: Addressing the mental health outcomes of Covid-19
September 22nd: Extended working lives: how employers can benefit from greater longevity – Sponsored by Roche
October 13th: Ensuring gender diversity in the face of Covid-19 challenges
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We partner with a range of organisations on developing and hosting roundtable events.
Organisations who partner with us position themselves as pioneers and supporters of female career progression, flexible working and family support initiatives. Meeting with some of the most progressive employers in the UK, sponsors will get the opportunity to share best practice and learn from others in an open forum.