Energize unveils plan to keep maternity recruits in touch

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Energize Recruitment Solutions has introduced a flexible communication plan for women on maternity leave aimed at helping the IT & digital recruiter keep hold of its top talent.

Speaking to Recruiter, Energize’s learning and development manager Clair Staines said a plan was developed for one of the firm’s consultants who returned to work in September. Staines explained the firm did not want to put the consultant under any extra pressure when she was on maternity leave but kept in touch with her so she felt integrated with the business...

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