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  • Yes, You Can Be the Mother and Professional You Want to Be


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    Having a child is a milestone, and other aspects of your life should work with it, not hinder or work against it.

  • Common Mistakes You're Making While Working from Home


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    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.

  • 3 Ways to Reduce Stress While Telecommuting



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    Running into stressful situations is unavoidable. Being able to work outside the office means having the opportunity to deal with stress in a healthier way.

  • Set Boundaries When Working from Home


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    Successful telecommuting requires employees to stay focused, so that working from home will be the positive experience it should be.

  • The Benefits of Part-time Work

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    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.

  • Improve Your Health When Working At Home


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    Follow these steps to stay healthy and active while telecommuting.

  • What Does Work-Life Satisfaction Look Like for Moms?


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    When working moms think about work-life satisfaction, it becomes a totally different issue.

  • New Year's Resolutions Every Working Mom Should Make


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    What resolutions should you make as a working mom?

  • How to Find Work-Life Satisfaction During the Holidays


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    The holiday season presents certain challenges that working moms may feel are too numerous or too difficult to overcome.

  • Why Being A Supermom Leads to Too Much Stress


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    Opting into the workforce as a mom can come with some sacrifices, but you shouldn't have to deal with limitless stress every day.

  • National Flex Day 2014: How Do Men (and Women) Flex?


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    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."

  • 6 Reasons Why Being a Business Woman Rocks


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    There are so many reasons why being a woman in business can be hard. Women still lack access to funding and to role models in leadership positions, not to mention constantly battling “having it all” and guilt about being away from their children. But today is National Business Woman’s Day, and we are celebrating by giving 10 reasons why being a woman in business is awesome.

  • Working Parents Day 2014


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    September 16th is National Working Parents’ Day. Knowing the makeup and desires of the workforce is greatly beneficial to companies looking for talent. To bring to light the struggles and mindsets of working parents & encourage discussion among employers, here are 8 facts you might not know about working mothers and working fathers.

  • Making a Flexible Work Policy Successful is a Two-Way Street


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    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.

  • Sleep is Not a Luxury; It’s a Necessity

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    Almost all aspects of our daily life are affected by sleep. For sleep deprived working parents, the sleep deprivation a family faces in the home most certainly carries over to the workplace. When sleep deprived, an employee’s productivity and creative thinking are decreased, as is their overall health and well being.

  • Mom Corps: The Story Behind the Business

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    When setting out to solve her own work/life dilemma, Allison O’Kelly never realized she would be solving the work/life dilemma of thousands of other working moms with her company. Recently named to the INC 500 fastest growing companies in America list, Mom Corps has set out to change the way America does business. Hear Allison’s story – her setbacks, challenges and victories as an entrepreneur.

  • It's time to take care of YOU!

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    For years, we've heard from our candidates that they are looking for the solution to this work/life mess but just don't know how to make it work. We decided that we needed to not just find the jobs for our "moms" but we needed to give them what they need to make this whole work thing work!

  • Journey toward a more meaningful life: New book addresses work/life alignment

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    My friend and former colleague, Randy Hain, has just released his latest book called “Something More: The Professional’s Pursuit of a Meaningful Life.” It is a thoughtful work on the journey that most professionals will arrive at one day where they desire to do something more, rather than simply make a living. Discussing our opinions on the subject over the occasional coffee and sharing a common view on the components that go into a meaningful life, I am honored and pleased to be a part of this book. Finding meaning in what we do is an important topic as we focus on defining what the future of work and family will look like.

  • We The People Believe in Workplace Flexibility for All

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    Last Tuesday, USA Today published our recent survey results regarding current attitudes towards work-life balance on the front of their “Money” section.

  • Flexibility Re-Defined: Knowing your options when it comes to flexible work

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    A question we often receive is – what exactly is a flexible job? What does that mean to Mom Corps?

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