Our aim at The Recruitment Network is to facilitate the mentoring of females in the Recruitment Industry. Exercising the potential of women in recruitment to build their confidence and develop their skills through consistent support, guidance and practical help, that will help them to progress in business and in their careers.
Mentoring is a proven approach to driving learning and development in both Mentors and Mentees. The two-way process means both parties realise satisfaction from their progress and success through collaboration.
The mentee programme is open to TRN members and their staff. It will benefit female mentees in the Recruitment Industry in equipping them with skills, guidance, motivation, emotional support and a role model to help them climb the ladder or develop their business.
The mentor side of the programme is open to the wider recruitment industry and those who have succeeded in the recruitment sector. Our mentors are given the opportunity to work with a mentee means they get to develop their own communication and personal skills, whilst at the same time achieving a sense of fulfilment.
What’s more, this service is complimentary to those in the industry!
Whether you are a Mentee or a Mentor, if you encounter any challenges along the way, need some guidance or some support we are here to help.
We’ll provide you with guidelines on boundaries and expectations around behaviours; and you will have access to our operations support team for any queries you have so you will never feel like you are on your own.
Women in Recruitment Partnership
We recently partnered up with APSCo and their Women in Recruitment programme to combine forces and make an even bigger difference to women in the industry. Women in Recruitment is an APSCo (Association of Professional Staffing Companies) initiative, supported by the REC and other stakeholders across the recruitment sector and sponsored by Barclays plc and Squire Patton Boggs.
Read the latest articles in the #RecruitmentMeansDiversity Blog
We regularly write blog articles on various areas that affect women and their progression in their careers in our #RecruitmentMeansDiversity blog. Here are some of the articles.