'The channel can help professional women who want a family' - Computacenter's chief people officer

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'The channel can help professional women who want a family' - Computacenter's chief people officer

One of CRN's Women in Channel judges, Computacenter's Sarah Long, explains why flexible working makes business sense

Computacenter's chief people officer is calling for the channel to make flexible working arrangements more available. Sarah Long says that with tech talent shortages continuing to cause consternation...

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