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About Relaunch@Capgemini

Capgemini’s Relaunch Programme is aimed at anyone who has taken a career break of between 18 months to 10 years for whatever reason. Talented professionals are supported back into the business by providing a tailored 6-month programme to help refresh and update existing skills as well as developing confidence. Bringing a Returner into the business provides a fresh way of attracting experienced talent that may otherwise have felt unemployable having been away from the workforce for a period of time. It’s a great way to tap into a pool of underutilised skilled people.

The Programme will provide:

  • Initial 6-month, fixed-term contract with a view to becoming a permanent employee.
  • Four Returners coaching sessions over the 6-month period.
  • Tailored L&D plan devised with the business to support the Returner back in the workforce.
  • Support network of existing Returners.

As with all employees we aim to offer flexibility for the right candidate if the role allows and we support a variety of working patterns. We only place candidates into live roles.  Click here to review and apply for one of our opportunities.

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Featured Blogs

Now that more returner programmes are coming back onstream after a pause during Covid, looks at how they work and why they matter.

We are joined by Capgemini to talk about returning to work and their Relaunch@Capgemini Programme.

Vijyeta Gaur-Tripathi talks about her return to a corporate career after 10 years out thanks to Capgemini and about how her ambition is undimmed.

    Nikki Sugden

    Nikki Sugden

    My year’s maternity break unexpectedly turned into an 11 year break away from Capgemini where I immersed myself in full time parenthood and all that entails.
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    Krystine Pittman

    Krystine Pittman

    I joined Capgemini on the Returner programme as a Business Analyst with BTS, in September 2018.
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