RecruitMyMom Blog

  • Implementing flexible working practices: Organisational factors In the article “Important Factors when implementing Flexible work practices”, we focused on Individual preference such as work style, motivators and value systems and we shared some practical tools and advice on how these... Read More
  • Staffing agility in times of need – the case for independent contractors South Africa has some of the most inflexible labour laws in the world. That said, the growing global trend of hiring contracting staff for specific skills is enabling companies to remain agile in their staffing by hiring differently.  Hiring independent contractors in a tough economy enable companies to quickly scale their resource... Read More
  • Hearsay evidence in the disciplinary and arbitration hearings Occasionally a customer or other external party is witness to employee misconduct. It may be necessary for such person to give evidence in disciplinary proceedings. If the employee challenges the outcome of the hearing, such evidence may also be needed in arbitration proceedings. But what if the person does not want to get involved? Is hearsay... Read More
  • Top trends helping moms in the workplace Technology has changed the way people work. Technology is enabling different ways of hiring and retaining talent. These trends in the workplace are creating a favourable environment for women, in particular for mothers who have to juggle the responsibilities of family and career. Here are some of the latest trends that have positively impacted... Read More
  • Maternity Leave in SA: What to expect Expecting a new baby is the most exciting things in the world. Yet, there are real challenges you have to face and one of these is to plan your work administration and prepare for the time you will be on maternity leave. We have created a  timeline to help you get the work admin out of the way and focus on becoming a new mom. In... Read More