RecruitMyMom Blog

  • 4 Obvious benefits of women at work in a digital era With August being woman’s month in South Africa, we are celebrating what 20 000 women started back in 1956. 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 that have paved the way and made it possible for women today to achieve whatever... Read More
  • The Gender “LEAK” Must Stop for Socio-Economic Sake! The idea that the ideal employee is male with no family responsibilities is outdated in this day and age. Sadly discrimination against women, and particularly women with children in the workplace is something we as South Africans experience on a daily basis. The day-to-day reality in most homes is that the care requirements of a family lie with... Read More
  • Success Elements to Implementing Flexible Work Arrangements Following on from the article Key for change: Employment with a future mindset where I discussed the need for the change concerning flexible working arrangements, I trust that you are convinced that the time has come to make flexible working in South Africa the norm. You might even be willing to give it a try yet find yourself asking: where do I... Read More
  • Filling the Skills Shortage with On-Demand Recruitment Since the early days of the internet back in the nineties, the explosion of technology has made enormous leaps forward in the way people are being employed. Back in the day, long-established rules entrenched by decades of strict work principles dictated that workers should sit at a desk in an office from 8 to 5. The ever-growing need for... Read More
  • 10 Quick Checks Before Applying For A Job Applying for a  job online can be daunting. At RecruitMyMom we try to make it as easy as possible for you. Here are 10 quick checks to do before applying for one of our jobs.   1. Is your CV saved under your profile complete and fully up-to-date? The CV you complete on RecruitMyMom is what employers will ultimately see, so... Read More