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Marks & Spencer - Recruiting women from different backgrounds

This document provides details of Marks and Spencer’s initatives to recruit women from different backgrounds. 31% of Marks & Spencer’s board…

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This document provides details of Marks and Spencer’s initatives to recruit women from different backgrounds.

31% of Marks & Spencer’s board members are women, which is well above the national average.  It has successfully recruited women through disadvantaged backgrounds through its Marks & Start employability programme. They were also one of the first companies to introduce flexible working for all staff.

Date: Tue Nov 20 12:43:37 GMT 2012

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Published 20 November 2012