Managing Partner Natasha Clarke’s exceptional commitment to advancing gender diversity and equality in the workplace has been recognised again.
She’s been profiled in an article on workingmums.co.uk which showcases her achievements and her ongoing role in making diversity and inclusion a core part of SThree.
In the interview, she talks about how important it was to get the buy-in of senior management and how SThree has developed a more diverse and gender-balanced workforce.
She highlights how the introduction of the ‘Identity’ programme has helped create an environment where women are supported to succeed and talks about how, as Chair of Women in Recruitment, she is championing the role of women in the staffing sector.
Visit workingmums.co.uk and read the following article in full.