Blog Articles

  • Women in the workplace: how to dress for success
    Women in the workplace need to look good and feel confident from the inside out, but also from the outside in. You might have heard the saying, “the right clothes can transform your mood and confidence” and it’s true. When you look great, you automatically feel amazing too. Find out how to dress...
  • How to be a money wise woman
    We had the privilege of hearing from a Chartered Financial Analyst, Linda Eedes who has a passion for empowering women in their financial journey. In this Q&A, Linda shares some empowering insights with us and we’d love to share them with you.  1. Why is it so important for women to know their...
  • 5 tips to stay in touch with the world of work
    Staying current with regards to market trends, industry knowledge and new skills is vital for the world of work, to secure your job or to re-enter the marketplace. Being an intentional learner in your field can also help to advance your career and earning potential. The enormous lifestyle...
  • 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...
  • Why and how is financial independence attainable for all women
    Article written by Kash Parker: Financial Fitness for Women Women often ask me what it means to be financially independent and how to get there.  To me, financial independence means the following three things:  Choice, which equals freedom. Being able to protect yourself. The ability to make...
  • “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-...
  • Things we love about being a South African supermom
    They say it takes a village to raise a child, well, in this case it’s taking a village to write this article on what we love about being a South African supermom. At RecruitMyMom, we love a #FeelGood story and to throw a light, fun piece of literature into our blog every now and again.  Our team...
  • Work-life integration: practical steps to avoid work creep
    The idea of ‘work-life integration’ is a hot topic at the moment, whether professionals are self-employed or working for a company. It tends to lean towards a more attainable sense of control when it comes to the juggle between personal life, relationships, other commitments and work. As opposed to...