Saunderson House joins the everywomanNetwork

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18 August 2014


Landais: This is a commitment to all of our staff to ‘enable our people to be the best they can be’

Saunderson House has taken corporate membership of the everywomanNetwork. This means every woman who works for the firm has access to comprehensive online personal development tools and resources that will help them develop their business skills – regardless of role or level of seniority.

Founded in 1999, everywoman is a global membership organisation that champions the advancement of women. Their corporate members include well-known companies such NatWest, Vodafone, Asda, SpecSavers and BP. For women who want to advance their careers and develop themselves, the everywomanNetwork provides personal development resources, connections, advice and inspiration to address the issues women in business often face.

Beverly Landais, Marketing and Business Development Director, Saunderson House said: “Purchasing this membership is part of our commitment to all of our staff to ‘enable our people to be the best they can be’ as set out in our Client Service Principles.”

Karen Gill, MBE – Co-Founder, everywoman Ltd commented: “We are delighted to be working with Saunderson House, supporting their vision in making the best of its entire talent pool.  The everywomanNetwork has been deployed by many global organisations and is being accessed by over 10,000 members, men and women, across 50 plus countries around the world.  We are thrilled to be welcoming Saunderson House to the network.”

 



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