“Millions of us need to take time out from our careers, but it can be really hard to return. This is bad for the people affected, and the businesses which miss out on their talents. Women in particular find the routes back into employment closed off after taking time out to start a family.”
Return to work open morning
@ Network Rail Milton Keynes
The Quadrant, Milton Keynes. Wednesday
4 October 2017 – 09:30 – 12:00
The open morning event is an opportunity for professional engineers in a ‘return to work’ circumstance to learn more about the support Network Rail provides.
To register your interest, email: Openmorning@networkrail.co.uk
This is a FREE event and refreshments will be provided. Please don’t hesitate to contact us if you have any questions. Topics include;
• What’s it like to work here – experience of current engineers at Network Rail
• Our organisational culture
• Tour of the building • Insights into the recruitment process
• Job application and return to work concerns – discussion & myth busting
• Networking opportunity
Please include either brief details of your employment history to date in your email or a copy of your CV. Closing date: Thursday 28 September 2017.
We only have limited space available, so please book early to avoid disappointment. We look forward to seeing you.
Dee @ NetworkRail Milton Keynes
Philip Dunne, minister of state for health: We absolutely want to encourage people to return to work. A new programme run by Health Education England will offer returnees tailored education and re-training, so they feel confident and supported to return to providing outstanding patient care.”