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“ReConnect “ program is one of the many steps taken by Vodafone Globally and locally to build a diverse and inclusive working environment.


ReConnect is a Global Program to attract Female Talents for

Managerial roles. The program targets ambitious Female Talents with 7 to 10 years of work experience who have put their careers on hold up to 10 years due to personal reasons (Maternity, Family Care etc,.)

With Vodafone “ReConnect” Program, you are offered a supportive transition back program to help you re-launch your career through an intensive induction plan, flexible working conditions, in-house Daycare and mentorship programs for your continuous support and development, to help you “ReConnect” again with the corporate world.

The program targets potential female candidates from any field of expertise. If you meet the above criteria, we encourage you to send your resume to




Nearly 40% of employers are having challenges hiring qualified employees, while at the same time one in five people in Egypt have some type of disability and are facing challenges in getting hired.  Some disabilities are visible, such as physical disabilities, and some are hidden; including mental health conditions, medical conditions, learning and cognitive disabilities. 


At Vodafone, we ensure the full inclusion of people with disabilities within their workplace. Through promoting the right opportunities for them and continuously working with them to further develop and perform to their full potential.





If you are a Vodafone  employee who happens to become a new dad, you get to enjoy paternity leave up to two weeks. Not only that, but we also have an in-house Daycare so that you can bring your little one with you while being at work.

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Maintaining work/life balance is a challenge, we support our employees in achieving this by creating a flexible working environment. Our global pioneering maternity policy across 30 markets offers all women a minimum of 16 weeks fully paid maternity leave, and when they return to work they can opt to work 30 hours per week on full pay. This support could save businesses up to $19 billion,  save families almost $140 billion worldwide, and these babies would gain 608 million additional days with their mothers. Better maternity. Better business. Better families.