Today, WeAreTheCity released the names of its Top 100 Rising Stars and it gives us great pleasure to announce that SThree females secured two of these prestigious places.
In 1990 Gary Elden began his career as a trainee recruitment consultant for an IT recruiter called Computer Futures. Fast-forward 26 years and Gary is CEO of SThree – the parent company of Computer Futures (and a further eight specialist brands).
Within the SThree Group we're well aware how important it is to provide our people with the support they need to build a fulfilling career and strike a balance in their work and their life. This is why we’re committed to fostering an open environment where staff can deliver results not only on the sales floor but also outside office walls.
It’s been a very busy and successful time for SThree’s CSR Team with new charity partnerships being established and bold plans for the future being forged. Now their efforts have been recognised by winning in two categories at last week’s Awards Gala organised by our London based charity partner, City Gateway.
It gives us great pleasure to announce that five female SThree employees have been shortlisted for this year’s WeAreTheCity’s Top 100 Rising Star Awards, recognising the contributions women from across the UK make to their organisations and to the wider community.
Having a well-established Diversity and Inclusion policy means supporting our employees through every stage of their lives. We do that by recognising that everyone is different and by recognizing that consequently, everyone needs different forms of support throughout their career.