Unlocking Gender, Diversity and Inclusion Potential Through Flexible Working

Unlocking Gender, Diversity and Inclusion Potential Through Flexible Working
30 January 2023
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The Women in Construction and Engineering programme for 2023 will kick off on 8 March with a free webinar, 'Unlocking gender, diversity and inclusion potential through flexible working' which will look at how the move to flexible working will help the sector address its skills crisis.

New Civil Engineer editor Claire Smith will chair the webinar with a line up of expert guest speakers on flexible working.

“The pandemic helped fast track changes in working patterns in the construction and civil engineering industries, which have brought both benefits and challenge,” said Smith. “During the webinar discussion we are going to explore how the changes could unlock more potential in the sector by addressing gender balance, diversity and inclusion. The aim is to share best practice to ensure firms moving to new working arrangements get the maximum benefits for both their business and their staff.”

Unlocking Gender, Diversity and Inclusion Potential Through Flexible Working: Topics  discussed include:

  • The business case for flexible working practices and how can they support you to attract, retain and nurture talent as well as encourage workforce diversity in your organisation
  • What impact are more flexible working practices and changing cultures having for your business and workforce?
  • What do good flexible working practices look like?
  • How will flexible working practices improve diversity and inclusion in construction and engineering?

Register for the event here.

Construction Jobs Expo

Construction Jobs Expo will take place on 13th May 2023 at the RDS, Dublin. Meet leading employers in the construction and engineering sectors with job and career opportunities.

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Construction Jobs Expo will attract a wide variety of attendees looking for new challenges or hoping to take a career in the construction sector to the next level. These will include carpenters, joiners, 15,200 electricians, 13,900 plasterers and tillers, 11,800 plumbers, 9,400 painters and decorators and bricklayers amongst others.

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