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Getting back to business after taking time out

Employers increasingly see career breaks as a positive experience, and many offer programmes to ease employees back into the world of work

5th April, 2020
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Bob Savage, vice-president for Dell Technology’s EMEA centres of excellence: “Returning to work can be a positive experience both for the employee and employer.”

Returning to the workforce after a period away is a daunting prospect for anyone. Whether the break came from a period of unemployment, maternity leave or for childcare reasons, stepping back in can be a scary thing to do.

In the case of those returning to a job in the ICT sector, a further complication is the sense that things may have moved on in your absence. According to experts in the field, a period...

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