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Home > News & Views > Insights & News > Berkeley Partnership shortlisted for two Working Mums Top Employer awards
The Berkeley Partnership has been shortlisted in two categories of the Working Mums Top Employer Awards 2018, which celebrate best practice in smart working and the advancement of women in the workplace.
The Berkeley Partnership is shortlisted in the category of Recruitment & Talent Attraction, as well as SME Top Employer.
Berkeley hires almost exclusively from the ‘Big Four’ firms and its entries highlighted how its unique model was purposefully designed to offer an alternative approach which aims to counter some systemic industry practices; helping consultants, whatever their personal circumstances, to progress in their careers. Offering no bonuses, no sector or service specialisms and no sales targets, Berkeley has created a working environment which enables its consultants to grow and thrive – and this is especially true for its working parents.
The winners will be announced on 6 November 2018.
View the full shortlist at workingmum.co.uk.
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