Whether you are at the end of your maternity leave or you’ve taken a career break, returning to work can be one of the biggest decisions you make and confidence can play a big part in the decision-making process. This section is full of tips, ideas and advice on boosting your confidence for a return to work - plus you can access information about great new returner programmes recruiting now.
Returning to work after maternity leave, a career break or recent redundancy due to the coronavirus pandemic can be daunting. Our toolkit, sponsored by McDonald’s, offers practical advice and support to those returning to work – from how to deal with video interviews to top tips to make your CV stand out.
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The workforce in the UK is changing. By 2020 1 in 3 workers will be over 50, and by 2030 half of all adults in the UK will be over 50.
Understanding the challenges and opportunities of an ageing population is vital if we want to create productive, innovative and inclusive multi-generational teams as we all lead longer working lives.
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John Lewis has launched equal parenting and pregnancy loss leave policies as part of a new inclusion package. read more
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