In the media

Below you will find some links to articles featuring Women to Work:

Women’s Development Programme to relaunch

We’re thrilled to be continuing our relationship with Women in the Fire Service UK to offer a revitalised Women’s Development Programme which will run between 2021-2024. The programme went out to tender in May earlier this year and the formal contract was signed 1st July 2021.

Prizing people proves a workplace winner

We’re celebrating the amazing achievement of one of our clients, Chess ICT. We are proud to be designing and delivering the Empowering Women Programme for Chess ICT who have been crowned No:1 in The Sunday Times Best Companies to Work For 2018. This article was featured in Comms Dealer, 2nd March 2018

Making a positive impact on women in the emergency services

Emergency Services Times, June 2017, pg 28. Sign up for free to access the magazine online.

Flexible Approach

Women to Work’s Emma Shute shares her experience and views on the challenges of being a working parent in the lead up to the school summer holidays. First for Business Magazine, July 2016

Why the Future Should be Female

First for Business Magazine, March 2016

Supporting women in the workplace, from recruitment to retirement

Emergency Services Times, Pg 49, December 2015

Yorkshire social enterprise helping Women to Work

The Yorkshire Post,  15th October 2015

New business club targets Sheffield’s self-employed mums

The Star, 30th October 2014

Women to Work scheme a success in Sheffield

Sheffield Telegraph, 3rd May 2014

Women to Work scheme a success in Sheffield

The Star, 3rd May 2014

Coaching Sessions Giving Confidence To Working Mums

The Yorkshire Times, 29th April 2014

Family Matters: Back-to-work help for mums

The Star, 13th March 2014

Help is at Hand for Sheffield Mums Looking to Return to Work

The Yorkshire Times, 5th March 2014

New Scheme Will Get City Women to Work

The Star, 6th March 2014