RecruitMyMom Blog

  • Time saving tips for busy working moms Being a mom is hard work, but being a working mom is even harder! We, at RecruitMyMom, understand the pressures that a working mom is under; from taking care of your children, preparing meals, dealing with household responsibilities and the stress of balancing a career. It can feel at times as if you are a circus juggler, trying not to drop any... Read More
  • Drafting of disciplinary charges All too often employers are expected to be technically correct when drafting disciplinary charges. But is this fair to the employer? What if the employee has not been prejudiced? Guidelines
    Before dismissing an employee for misconduct there has to be an investigation to determine whether there are grounds for dismissal. “This does... Read More
  • KFM Interview: RecruitMyMom connects job-hunting mothers and employers CEO and Founder Phillipa Geard of RecruitMyMom was recently named the 2019 Fairlady Santam Woman of the Future. This is award is presented to a female entrepreneur who has survived the first 1,000 days of business. The mother of two was inspired by the talents and abilities of many skilled mothers who are a great asset in business provided they... Read More
  • The Top 3 Mistakes People Make on their CV It is the first impression you leave on someone you are hoping would employ you. Yet, people often do not take the necessary care when it comes to preparing their CV’s. Thoughtless mistakes can result in a CV application being rejected from the onset. To give yourself a competitive advantage when applying for a job be sure to avoid making... Read More
  • Dismissal due to breakdown of trust It is the breakdown of the relationship of trust that normally justifies termination of employment in cases of employee misconduct. How serious must that breakdown be? Does the employer have to prove such breakdown of trust to justify dismissal? The relationship of trust is most pertinent in cases of dishonesty. But not always. The question of... Read More