Moving business forward by bringing women back
With reacHIRE, you’ll tap into an impressive network of accomplished professional women with the experience needed to fill – and quickly advance to – management roles.
Propel your career
reacHIRE understands re-entering the workforce isn’t easy. We have the proprietary tools, guidance, and support to make the experience effective, productive and fun.
reacHIRE is changing the trajectory for women returning to work by partnering with forward-thinking companies to create environments where women thrive, advance, lead and stay.
Through gender diversity returnship programs and custom cohorts tailored to meet a company's unique culture and business needs, reacHIRE delivers the highest retention rate of any return-to-work program. We use proprietary training and support tools to carefully select and prepare top female talent who voluntarily off-ramped and are ready to on-ramp into a defined returnship or permanent role, or transition their skills into new areas. We are proud to work with companies who appreciate the skills, perspective, loyalty and leadership of professional women passionate about bringing their experience, knowledge and drive to today’s biggest business challenges.
the importance of gender diversity
Women represent nearly 60% of the bachelor’s degrees earned in the U.S.*
Companies with females in top management deliver an average of 34% greater return to shareholders.**
Companies with diverse leadership are 15% more likely to outperform industry averages.***
In this Wall Street Journal article, reacHIRE CEO Addie Swartz shares her tips for job seekers to get a leg up in their job search during the Covid era.
"The [returnship] pilot program was such a success that T-Mobile has immediate plans to expand the initiative to other parts of the organization. The returnship program has also shifted the future of T-Mobile’s hiring strategy."
There’s not much good about Covid-19, but strong women are sharing their wisdom on how to make the most of challenging times. Addie Swartz advises companies on how to bring women to the workplace. She has some advice for women as well.