The careers advice section provides practical advice and support for working mums - everything from how to create a CV that stands out, to how you can negotiate a pay rise. Also find out about career coaching, working with recruitment agencies and searching for jobs using social media.
Returning to work after maternity leave or a career break can be daunting. Our brand new toolkit, sponsored by McDonald’s, offers practical advice and support to those returning to work.
Bristol (City Centre), City of Bristol
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Knottingley, West Yorkshire