“Professional women who took a career break to spend time as caregivers are being offered a new avenue to return to the workforce.
A tight job market is forcing companies to get creative in filling key positions, leading some to embrace “returnships,” a type of internship for people who are ready to resume their careers after years away.
Apple, Ford and Johnson & Johnson and Procter & Gamble all offer returnships.
Harvard Business Review called parents who leave the workforce but later want to reenter it ‘corporate America’s greatest untapped resource.’”
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