Monday September 21, 2020

Expleo launches returners programme

Scheme helps professionals return to the workplace after an extended career break

Emmet Ryan

Technology Correspondent

2nd February, 2020
Claire Flannery, career coach at Women Returners; Phil Codd, managing director at Expleo; Siobhán Lawlor, principal, employer relations at the Department of Employment, Affairs and Social Protection; and Eimear Fitzsimons, recruitment manager at Expleo Group

The Dublin-based IT services provider Expleo has launched a new returners programme in Ireland which enables professionals to return to the workplace following an extended career break.

The programme will equip participants with the resources they require to refresh their skills, re-establish industry connections and continue with their career progression.

The business will invest €100,000 in the project which is designed to build upon a number of initiatives aimed at attracting, retaining and encouraging female...

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