FlexCareers is incredibly excited to be partnering with global infrastructure firm AECOM on an industry-first, term-time only contracts for working parents! Designed to encourage qualified engineers and scientists to return to an industry they may have left because it was impossible to balance work and family life, this new initiative will give employees 12 weeks…
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