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This year we are highlighting four organisations that regularly have great work opportunities for working mums and dads. Here are our Top Employers for January 2022!
As a working parent it can be tricky to identify the most family-friendly and flexible employers. The holy grail is to find an interesting job with good progression, with an employer that understands the challenges of balancing work and family commitments.
workingmums is here to connect skilled people from all walks of life with progressive and inclusive organisations, to the benefit of everyone.
This January we are highlighting four exceptional organisations that regularly have great work opportunities for working mums and dads. Here are our Top Employers for January 2022!
Capgemini careers can be long and rewarding. Capgemini UK has had a relationship with workingmums.co.uk for many years, as a company that recognises the skills, commitment and experience that returning mums and dads can bring to its workforce.
Capgemini is a global leader in consulting, digital transformation, technology and engineering services. The organisation promises careers with freedom, full of development opportunities and support to help you achieve your best.
The group has a 50-year heritage and employs 265,000 people in nearly 50 countries. Capgemini states its purpose as to combine human energy with technology to create an inclusive and sustainable future.
The company has a culture of empowerment, supporting employees to be the best versions of themselves, both at work and beyond. Diverse activities for employees are designed to build teamwork and engagement, with football and rugby tournaments, annual events and social drives.
There are always many Capgemini roles available via workingmums for people with backgrounds in a range of disciplines. Typical roles include analyst positions, project management, developers, testers and professional positions in disciplines like HR and finance.
If you’re thinking of a career change, have you ever considered becoming a police officer or community support officer?
British Transport Police is a national police force that works with the rail industry to ensure the safety and security of nearly 3 billion passenger journeys each year. Its job is to keep the travelling public and railway workers safe from harm.
These are jobs where no two days will ever be the same. Some situations may test you mentally, physically and emotionally but this is a career where you will make a difference every day, and be well supported in your role.
British Transport Police careers are ideal for people looking for a flexible, rewarding job. A mixture of shifts are available (days, nights, weekends) which many parents find helpful in balancing family and work needs. As an employer, British Transport Police actively seeks to recruit a diverse and representative workforce, and particularly welcomes applications from women and those from ethnic minority backgrounds.
You’ll receive full training, competitive pay and develop your skills in a stable, well-rewarded career environment. Find out more.
Laing O’Rourke is an international engineering and construction company delivering state-of-the-art infrastructure and buildings projects for clients in the UK, Middle East and Australia and operating in a sector where diversity remains unacceptably low, they announced a far-reaching global sustainability target in April 2021, including a commitment to achieve equal numbers of men and women among their global staff base by 2033.
Laing O’Rourke is an employer member of Working Families, a UK-based charity that supports work-life balance. The charity’s mission is to remove the barriers faced by people with carer responsibilities in the workplace. They also encourage employees to help shape the business’ approach to diversity & inclusion through a range of sub-committees, including carers, gender, LGBTQ+, part-time workers, single parents, women and menopause and working parents.
Opportunities range from office based roles to site and planning roles. Check them out here.
Coca Cola Europacific Partners employ around 3,500 people to produce, sell and deliver global branded beverages like Coca-Cola, Fanta, Schweppes and Glacéau Smartwater for The Coca-Cola Company.
CCEP appreciates and understands the benefits of having inspirational female leaders and we are proud to have a number leading the way and promote flexible working. They are regularly recruiting for field based sales roles amongst other disciplines. To find out more and apply click here.