Employer branding is essential in today’s job market to attract, recruit and retain the right people for your organisation.
Work with us and you can showcase your employer brand, reaching a dedicated and experienced pool of jobseekers.
Our job sites attract qualified, experienced and committed
jobseekers looking to research employers and find flexible jobs. In our recent survey, 86% told us they would investigate an employers’ flexible working policy before applying for a new job – showing it is essential to present your policies and practices in an accessible way alongside your job adverts.
Attract professional women on the UK’s number one female focused job and community site.
Extend the reach of your recruitment advertising to even more dedicated jobseekers searching for flexible opportunities.
Show your commitment to age diversity by reaching out to mature workers
*workingmums annual survey 2022
“We have worked with workingmums.co.uk for a number of years as an opportunity to promote our vacancies and the Partnership as a supporter of fexible working. This supports one of the John Lewis Partnership aims of reaching the widest possible talent pools”
John Lewis Partnership
“Since 2017 our partnership with workingmums has been invaluable in helping us create a welcoming and inclusive place to work, by providing advice, research and round table events that inform and support our People strategy”
Morgan Sindall Infrastructure
Workingmums.co.uk launched its Top Employer Charter in 2009 to highlight organisations who fully embrace the business case for flexible working and enabling parents to progress and enhance their careers whilst managing the challenges of family life.
This was extended onto workingdads.co.uk in 2019 and workingwise.co.uk – with changes to reflect supporting older workers – in 2020.
Almost 200 organisations have signed up to the Charter since it’s inception, from corporates to SMEs and public sector organisations across all sectors. Examples include Lloyds Banking Group, Bromley Healthcare, Coca Cola Enterprises, Food Standards Agency, John Lewis Partnership, KPMG and McDonalds.