£600k fund to help vulnerable women back to work a ‘drop in the ocean’

The government’s commitment of £600k to help vulnerable women back into work is a “drop in the ocean”.

That’s the view from one of the agency leaders Recruiter spoke to in light of Minister for Women and Equalities Penny Mordaunt’s announcement this morning of a £600k fund to help women who are “especially vulnerable” to return to work.

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