Whether you’re going back to work after maternity leave, thinking about returning to the workforce after time as a stay at home mom, or are currently in a job and just know you’re meant to do something more, this workshop is for you.
Angela Williams found flexibility in a role placing international students in U.S. homes for one year of high school. A perfectly flexible role for this former teacher and new mother of two.
There’s power in the language you choose to use, and simple tweaks can have a lasting and positive affect on reaching career and personal goals.
Five strategies to think about when you’re asking for more flexibility at work.
Do you fantasize about finally quitting your job and doing something you love but feel too scared to talk to your partner or spouse about it?
Worried about what going part time will do to your career? Worried about how to manage your time and expectations of others? Here’s some advice from other moms to help you go confidently in this direction.
Here’s how to communicate your value effectively whether you’re asking for a raise, a promotion, a flexible schedule, or an opportunity to return to work after a break.
Smart. Flexible. Meaningful.
Prioritizing is key when it comes to work and parenting. We love these tips from Levo for a productive first hour at work and get the most out of the day!
Whether you’re negotiating for salary, a raise, a bonus, flex time, or setting an hourly rate, here are some articles and advice to help you get there.
“I knew I was capable of doing so much more, but I had no idea what that “something” looked like.” Three steps to help you make change.
Karen Lieu, recruiting programs manager at Pinterest, tells us about her role welcoming and educating new hires, and setting boundaries as the busy mother of three.
You know that incredible feeling you get when your house is clean and tidy, and everything in your life feels together and at ease? Well, what if things could be like that all the time? This book to the rescue!
Re-careering can be daunting. Here are five ways to get going and make the change you seek.
One freelancers tells what she wishes she had known to start her successful freelance business.
Yelp’s Jenni Snyder on managing her team in a no-hero culture, co-founding the company’s mother’s group, and pitching her own flexible work schedule.
Dying to take the leap and start your own business? Here’s a guide to help you take that side passion project to the next level.
Levo’s Kathleen Harris, mom of 3, took a leap to a mission-driven startup and negotiated a work from home day that the CEO then implemented for everyone.