These varied stories show the creativity and resourcefulness of women as they approach their careers.
Whether your loved one plans to remain in the military for years to come or is considering settling down, exploring flexible work will allow military spouses to continue pursuing their professional life.
Happy Mother's Day from all of us at Mom Corps! To celebrate our day, the moms of Mom Corps wanted to share a little more about us and how we find our work-life satisfaction every day.
Some moms have first-hand accounts about the times they were the most qualified candidate for a position but were passed over because some employers had concerns about whether they'd be 100 percent dedicated to their careers despite their families.
Having a child is a milestone, and other aspects of your life should work with it, not hinder or work against it.
If you've struggled with adapting to flexible work cultures in the past, check out these two ways you can re-envision the nonstandard workplace and excel at work, wherever that may be.
Letting your employees work from home is a great way to help the environment this Earth Day.
Regardless of what stage your career is in, prospective employers want to hire people who are upbeat and view every job as a learning experience.
Learning about working moms in other cultures is a great way to gain perspective on your own issues and pick up new coping strategies that you may not have known about.
There are some common mistakes that people make when working from home, and you'll want to do your best to avoid them - or you may find that you lose the privilege.
Now that you've secured a position with a flexible staffing business, it's time to try out this exciting new work option. But how do you make the most out of your first few days?
Changing careers is a daunting task, especially since many employers are looking to find experienced professionals. However, if you're committed to the idea and are willing to put in the work, it doesn't have to be painful.
Part-time work is a great way to generate income without sacrificing your personal life, can provide a better work-life blend and allow you to tend to tasks at home while flourishing as a professional.
While some people think flexible jobs with work-from-home policies don't require much effort, you can launch a full career without ever leaving the house - other than the interview, of course!
Mom Corps was proud to be part of National Flex Day 2014 on October 21. As part of the celebration our CEO and founder, Allison O'Kelly, participated in Working Mother Magazine's Facebook Q&A on "How Men (and Women) Flex."
As the economy continues to recover, expect companies to keep relying on part-time workers to make their financial standings a little more forgiving.
When people feel trusted to get their jobs done without being obligated to show a certain amount of "face time" in the office, they feel more invested in their companies.
Companies that want to give their employees a wide range of opportunities may see the benefit of offering flexible staffing and alternative schedules, but developing these unique work arrangements takes effort from management and staff members.
Whatever route you take, having the flexibility to work when you want and limit hours if you choose are attractive benefits.
If you're contemplating a return to the workplace after taking several years off while your children were young or just looking for a fresh start, working as a temporary employee is a way to learn about a variety of industries in a short amount of time.