Women in Defence Charter launches new strategy at DSEI (Studio)
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Sinead O'Donnell, Director of HR and Cultural Transformation at Raytheon UK, outlines the aims and ambitions of the Women in Defence Charter.
The charter aims to make the defence sector an attractive industry to work in for women, with a particular focus on retaining and supporting women into senior management positions.
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