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Discover why what we do is so unique.

We've been around over 23 years!

Our founder started HireMyMom in 2007 but wait for this…. did you know she started her first website for moms working from home in 1997? Yes, Lesley Pyle is known as a pioneer in the work-at-home mom movement and has established herself and her businesses with a well-trusted reputation and integrity. Over the past 11+ years, HireMyMom has helped thousands of small businesses find the perfect candidate for their business while helping place thousands of mom professionals in their dream jobs. So whether you’re looking to hire or you’re looking to get hired, we can’t wait to help!

Small Business + Mom Professionals

At HireMyMom, we are mom owned and mom run. We are entrepreneurs running our own small business. We understand the needs and challenges of both sides and we aim to create a platform that works perfectly for both. Unlike the mega career sites, HireMyMom.com focuses strictly on home-based jobs and projects that work perfectly for today’s savvy entrepreneur and today’s modern mom.

Flexibility is the number one benefit many women today are looking for. Businesses, on the other hand, are looking for affordable, quality talent to help their businesses grow and flourish. HireMyMom.com simply brings them together to find the perfect solution for both!

We truly want the best.

We want to provide the best group of qualified and passionate women to the best group of successful and growing companies. We love when women find ways to support their families while still being there for their families.

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5 Tips for Hiring Help for Your Online Business

Online business can be very rewarding, but it can also be time-consuming and take up all of your attention if you’re not careful. In order to maximize your profits and keep your business growing, consider hiring help with certain aspects of it. There are several reasons why you might want to do this, including expanding

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How to Ask for a Raise When You Feel Underpaid

Whether you’re an entry-level worker or have been with your company for years, if you feel like you’re being underpaid, asking for a raise can be one of the most stressful and intimidating conversations you have to have at work. You don’t want to appear ungrateful or greedy, but you also need to get paid

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Employer Success Story- Marty Stevens-Heebner

What is your top advice for small business owners looking to hire remote talent? Be patient, be respectful and ask a lot of questions. Remember that each step of the interview is part of the hiring process. How swiftly do they respond to your emails? How’s their spelling and grammar in those emails? Potential hires

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