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EY Women in Leadership Panel Event

EY Newcastle Office

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To celebrate International Women's Day on 8th March, EY are holding a very special event in their Newcastle office focusing on the importance of equality in the work place, identifying your strengths and using them in the application process and throughout your career. 

The day will consist of an introduction to EY, more information on the strengths based recruitment process and a personal branding exercise. Finally we will finish with a Q&A session with a panel made up members of the EY Women's Network.

Once you register, joining instructions will be sent on Friday 9th March.

Register now to secure your place

Event Details

EY Newcastle Office
City Gate, St James’ Boulevard
Newcastle upon Tyne
NE1 4PA


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