‘Back-to-Work’ initiative launched for jobless working women

LAHORE - The global COVID-19 pandemic and the economic situation that followed, has impacted the working class on every level. Among the most at risk are the working women, who for one reason or the other had to take a career break, and couldn’t return to the jobs, creating a vacuum in their professional life. To help overcome this career gap, and to improve the economic woes of these women, the leading global manufacturing concern, Atlas Copco Pakistan launched “Back-to-Work” or B2W programme. The B2W program will provide successful candidates with an opportunity to return to the workforce, by hiring them as B2W associate, to work on a dedicated project. The program will enable the candidate to contribute to Atlas Copco Pakistan, by associating with its non-binding B2W project. The pre-requisites to join the program are; Graduate degree in any discipline, with a minimum one year work experience and should not be on a full-time employment anywhere else. 

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