Blog for Employers

  • 10 tips on how to conduct a successful job interview
    In order to successfully conduct a job interview, you need to process the most relevant information about a candidate’s skills, experience and professional character efficiently. A job interview is an important step in the recruitment process and there are a few practical ways you can ensure the...
  • The Great Resignation: does South Africa have immunity?
    It is a known fact that the pandemic has caused an increase in psychological distress on people across the world. As a result of the pandemic and the negative  impact on the global economy and the workplace, you’d think that people would return to work or hold onto their jobs. Yet, when we look at...
  • A decade of relevance: the brand story of RecruitMyMom
    The time for transition is here as we are on the cusp of 'what's next?' when it comes to the shift in work resulting from the COVID pandemic. This year we celebrate ten years of RecruitMyMom.  After ten years, we have reached a point of maturity as a company, and a new season of growth and success...
  • 5 ways to successfully address gender diversity at work
    It’s hard to believe that in 2022 we are still discussing gender bias, prejudice and the lack of gender diversity in the workplace. However, multiple studies suggest that gender bias is the reason why so many businesses are reluctant to place women into senior positions.  According to Statista, “in...
  • The importance of a probation period when hiring new employees
    A probation period for new employees is an excellent way for employers to legally see whether or not someone is a good fit for the company. It also works both ways; an employee has the opportunity to work in a company and find out if they are happy to stay in the job or not. The Labour Relations...
  • 4 obvious benefits of women in the workplace in a digital era
    To have women in senior decision making roles within the workplace was completely uncommon just a couple of decades ago. We salute the many strong women in the workplace that have paved the way and made it possible for women today to achieve whatever they set their minds to accomplish. Thankfully,...
  • Massive growth opportunities predicted as SA Govt releases the long-awaited revised critical skills list
    Massive growth opportunities predicted as SA Govt releases the long-awaited revised critical skills list Written by: Expats On The Globe  The SA government has finally released the long-awaited revised critical skills list. The revised list clearly reflects President Cyril Ramaphosa’s drive to...
  • “For organisations, micro-credentials can be the key to bringing women back into the workplace,” writes Heather Shulick, EVP of HR at ALL Campus for Fast Company. These micro-credentials might just be what is needed for women looking to re-enter the workforce in a post-pandemic era. Short courses...
  • 10 tips to manage work from home staff
    In a post-pandemic world, a work from home staffing policy is common for many companies. With a fully remote team, it can take some thought to get your management processes in check. With the right things in place, you don’t need to worry about staff, you simply need to maintain your quality...
  • Redefining workplace flexibility in a post-pandemic world
    Workplace flexibility in a post-pandemic world calls for redefining if we want to land with our feet on solid ground. Gone are the days of misconceptions such as, “part-time work is only applicable to less skilled positions” or “full-time work cannot subscribe to a flexible structure.”   In a post-...