WFD aims to make working easier

A new employee services company backed by the founder of women’s lobby group Opportunity 2000 has hired Colman Getty to handle its PR.

A new employee services company backed by the founder of women’s

lobby group Opportunity 2000 has hired Colman Getty to handle its

PR.



Due to launch in July, WFD supplies employee support services, including

advice on issues ranging from childcare to employee development. A

sister company operates in the US with clients including AT&T, IBM, The

Gap, American Express and Deloitte and Touche.



The team setting up WFD includes Opportunity 2000 founder and former

director Liz Bargh and Parents At Work founder Lucy Daniels. BT Forum

director and former head of the Equal Opportunities Commission, Joanna

Foster will also be working with WFD as a consultant.



Colman Getty has worked with Opportunity 2000, which promotes equal

opportunities for women in the workplace, since the campaign was founded

in 1991. It also handled the appointment of WFD’s three principals in

January.



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