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A growing number of programmes are being designed to help professionals return to work after several years away. Bank of America Merrill Lynch is bringing its version to Dublin.
PayPal, VMware and Bank of America Merrill Lynch (BofAML) each devised programmes to help those who had left the workforce, for various reasons, to get back into the office.
The latter’s London programme, which has been running for six years now, proved so successful that the American finance giant is bringing it to Ireland, complementing plans to up its headcount here to 700.
The programme is currently open for applications, targeting those who have been out of work more than 12 months – stay-at-home parents, carers, those on career break etc.
Operating as a two-day conference – rather than a multi-week course similar to VMware’s approach last year – it follows the London model, which has so far seen 300 attendees, some of which have gone on to take positions at BofAML.
The company’s Dublin programme will see 25 participants attend a conference on 24-25 May, discussing the various ways the workplace has changed, and the role of the returning employee in this office environment.
The company is specifically looking to source suitable candidates from the programme to fill positions in their Dublin-based technology and operations team.
Roles include developers; business and operations analysts, and project and operations managers.
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