Mentors would help women stay in recruitment industry

Mentors, flexible working opportunities, career development programmes and recognition of their contribution were all cited as things that would encourage women to stay in the recruitment industry.

Fri, 11 Sep 2015

Mentors, flexible working opportunities, career development programmes and recognition of their contribution were all cited as things that would encourage women to stay in the recruitment industry. 

Speaking at a Woman in Recruitment (WIR) networking event in London last night, Ruth Sacks and Lisa Gee of the Westminster Business School...

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