Webinar: Trowers Tuesday – Social Mobility in the Workplace


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Tuesday 20 September 2022

11:30am-12:15pm

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We look forward to seeing you at our next Trowers Tuesday session on 20 September at 11.30am, where we'll be discussing social mobility in the workplace.

With staff and skills shortages continuing across many sectors, there is an increasing appetite from employers to think more creatively about routes into the workplace and ways to foster greater social inclusion. We'll be answering your questions about practical steps employers can take to attract and progress talent from a range of different backgrounds and to engage with employees on this topic in a meaningful way. Danielle Ingham and Olivia Henry are delighted to be joined on our panel by guest speaker, Charlotte Hessel from Apprentify, who will be sharing her thoughts on the valuable role that apprenticeships and alternative career journeys can play on the path to improved inclusivity and employer success.

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