If you want the best version of employees, then it’s time to walk the walk, not just talk the talk. Have a workplace culture that encourages both parents to provide care. Moms in the office already had it tough- 82% of working moms cite barriers keeping them from leadership roles. 78% say they have to prove themselves more in the workplace. 42% of women worry motherhood will … [Read more...] about Employers: We’re Not Asking Anymore. We Demand You Support Us.
Juggling the responsibilities of a job and your brand new baby may seem impossible, but even harder is finding a new job or a new revenue source. Whether you are navigating to find additional revenue streams or landing a new primary revenue stream, here are some tips that may help you while you have a small baby at home. First, create a schedule and see how much time you can … [Read more...] about How To Find A New Revenue Source When You Have A Small Baby At Home
You're a working mom managing all the things. As if meeting deadlines and managing life, in general, wasn't enough, now many of us are also managing distance learning for our kids or trying to entertain younger kids. And, with so many summer camps closes, who knows what that will look like this summer. So many of us are in the same boat of focusing on the day-by-day. Trying … [Read more...] about Why Allies And Sponsors Are Vital For Single Working Moms
The Inaugural Mother’s Monday officially kicks off May 11! Celebrated on the day after the traditional Mother’s Day, Mother’s Monday looks to redefine the relationship between motherhood and work. One of the major storylines emerging from the global pandemic is just how significant the impact has been on women, especially working moms. The group behind the celebration, The … [Read more...] about Honor Mom on Sunday… and on Mother’s Monday Get Her What She Really Needs: Childcare and Workplace Improvements
For all you social media types, I have to admit I was a little late to the party when it came to Instagram. For those who don’t know what Instagram is, it’s basically like Twitter but with photos – and it’s a favourite social networking site for teens and tweens. Think “selfies” – there is no lack of them on Instagram. My biggie kids have had Instagram for a while, and … [Read more...] about What I Learned About My Kids on Instagram