Blog Articles

  • Gaining tech skills can boost your career
    Are you looking to grow or switch things up in your career? Adding tech skills to your resumé is the way to go.     Learning to code is a brilliant way for moms, or anyone really, to expand their expertise and break into the tech industry.    The tech industry offers many remote or flexible work...
  • Hire to Scale Your Business. Fast.
    Growth is impossible without hiring. Attracting and hiring the right people at all levels of the company is critical to successful growth. And hiring is not always easy to get right. If your company is scaling quickly, here’s how to hire the kind of employees which will help your company grow: If...
  • Prep and Plan NOW for Your 2022 Job Search
    If you are in the job market, the end of the year doesn’t have to put a halt to your job search. There is a lot you can do to ensure you are in an even stronger position come the New Year. Here are five top tips from RecruitMyMom’s team of professional Recruitment Managers on how to prep over the...
  • Dual Career Parents: How To Keep Skills in the Marketplace
    Picture the scene: A meeting is running late and you need all your staff present. So, a key staff member grabs their phone and types up a quick WhatsApp to her husband to let him know she won’t make it in time to collect the kids from soccer practice. Before she can even hit send, a message pops up...
  • Work From Home: How to Make the Most of It
    To work from home is for many a dream come true. You save time and energy frequently spent commuting, you are able to keep an eye on the household, and you don’t even have to put any makeup on to get the job done! As with any type of work arrangement, it can take a while to achieve the perfect...
  •  How to Retain Staff During the Great Back to Office Upheaval
    After turmoil and uncertainty for far too long, things are starting to open up again and it’s Heigh-Ho, Heigh-Ho, back to office we go! Good news for employers and employees alike. Or is it? Some employees would rather quit than head back to office, and others won’t even consider applying for...
  • The Salary Debacle on Re-Entry to the Job Market
    You’ve applied for a job and received the good news that the company wants to discuss your salary… that's right, they’re going to make you an offer. Your excitement is palpable: all the waiting and anxiety of the interview process is almost over. Almost. There is one last hurdle to clear: the offer...
  • 5 Interview Questions You Should Be Asking
    “Can you tell me about your strengths and weaknesses?” If you’ve conducted an interview, chances are you’ve watched the fear creep into the candidate’s eyes as you pull this interview question out the bag. The good news is, you can put this one, and its corresponding fumbling answers, to pasture....
  • The Mom Bias is Real, But Hiring Them is Smart
    South Africa has a concerning skills shortage in the workplace. However, with over 1200 000 skilled women registered on our database, we at RecruitMyMom are in a privileged position to be able to do something about that. By assisting skilled women to remain or re-enter the workplace, RecruitMyMom...
  • WORKPLACE QUIZ: Where you should work and why?
    It wasn’t too long ago that you could walk into a coffee shop and say, “One coffee please,” without the barista asking a barrage of follow up questions: “Americano, cappuccino, café au lait, or espresso? Decaf, half-caff or regular? One shot or two? Soy or dairy?” If you’re confused and need a...