May 18, 2021

Returnships and their Benefits

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In this episode, Hirewell partner James Hornick talks with Colleen Curtis, Head of Marketing & Community at The Mom Project. Returnship programs are a lesser-known but growing field: return to work programs for people who have taken time off for a variety of reasons – raising children, tending to family, etc. Colleen discusses what types of companies are embracing these programs, the positive impacts that returnships have on businesses, and what job seekers can do to get involved.

Partner at Hirewell. #3 Ranked Sarcastic Commenter on LinkedIn.

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