Employer Success Story: Danielle Levy

What is your top advice for small business owners looking to hire remote talent?  Take the time to write down and understand what you need and then focus on who. This means the actual tasks, skills, important cultural and logistical fit, and understand the manager’s style. What are your top tips for candidates looking to

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5 Ways Moms Can Delegate to Get More Done

Guest post by: Michelle Laurey Work-at-home moms often face the unique challenge of balancing work needs with household management. Childcare, meal preparation, and household chores can eat into your work time if you are not careful. If you postpone chores to finally get some work done, then the house is in disarray. It doesn’t have

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Success Story: Natasha Runyan

Tell us about you and your experience finding work on HireMyMom. I first started with HireMyMom back in June 2020 and I immediately started applying for jobs that I either knew I could do, or hoped would at least give me a chance. Most of the jobs I was not qualified for, however, I knew

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Are You a Freelancer or Do You Depend on Them? Take Action to Protect Your Business Relationships from the PRO Act

As busy entrepreneurs, freelance professionals, and parents, it’s easy to lose track of all the potential legislation pending in Washington. That’s especially true right now, with school closures and pandemic-related restrictions forcing many of us to rethink our business models.  But, a bill called the PRO Act is winding its way through the legislative process

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