Are you contemplating working from home? Many of us Moms do, in fact, for our HireMyMom members – the contemplation has become a reality! Most Moms make the decision to work from home because of at least one of the following: 1. To be at home more for their children, 2. To have more freedom
Hey Moms … are you considering working from home? The demand for remote jobs has increased substantially, which makes it very attractive for a stay at home mom to become a work from home mom too! Work from home jobs offer mutual benefits to both the employers and employees / contractors which is why there’s
Tell us a little about you and your experience finding work on HireMyMom. After I had my first child in 2016, my husband and I agreed that I could stay home at least for the first year. During that time, I completed a Talent Development Certification, while balancing the challenges of being a new mom.
Figuring out how to get “all the things” done might just be the biggest achilles’ heel as a mompreneur. It’s easy to look at our never ending list of to-dos and feel anxious and overwhelmed at the thought of how we will ever get it all done. Along the way, as a mompreneur, I have
Springtime means fresh starts, new beginnings and a renewed purpose, so it’s the perfect time to clean out the clutter and prepare for new growth! To help you get on track, we have 5 springtime tips you need to do now! Clean Your Workspace Let’s face it, if your desk is messy, it will
If you are a mompreneur who has been working your business for a while, there comes a pivotal point when you seek to take your business to the next level. Whether it’s to increase your income goals, elevate client experience, streamline your processes or all of the above, growing your business will require some high-level
In our last article, we gave you 10 Key Questions to Ask during the Interview and prior to that we shared 4 Tips on Writing a Great Job Post. Now that you’ve hopefully found your virtual professional, we wanted to share some tools to that can help you and your team be more efficient, effective and organized.
In our last article, we gave you 4 Tips on Writing a Great Job Post to help you attract some great candidates for your job. Next you’ll want to narrow your list of candidates down, and then you’ll want to make sure you ask the right questions to confidently hire the best professional for the job. Here are some great questions to
So you’ve made the decision to transition out of that corporate job into working from home. Let us be the first to congratulate and celebrate with you! As a mom who made that same decision for her life and family and as a business woman working with mom professionals for over 20 years, I know
Hiring someone to work for you off-site means you don’t have the luxury of meeting them or training them in person. And because of that, there are some things you should know to help make the working relationship more successful from the start. Don’t hire by the resume alone Hiring someone is more than just