• LEAWOOD LIFESTYLE - Balancing Work & The Rest of Your Life

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    Mom Corps Kansas City President, Laura Wildman shares her passion for the Mom Corps mission and why she started her business.

  • ATLANTA BUSINESS CHRONICLE - Mom Corps named "Best Place to Work"

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    Mom Corps named "Best Place to Work" by the Atlanta Business Chronicle

  • FAMILY GOES STRONG - The Best Job for Your Family

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    Making flexibility a top priority is what employees have expressed in a recent national labor survey.

  • PENNSYLVANIA CONFERENCE FOR WOMEN - Our Professional Lives Are a Little Slower to Similarly Evolve and Align

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    Mom Corps CEO, Allison O'Kelly shares her views on the evolving workforce and the many forms of flexible work options available to both employees and employers.


    The age of “one size fits all” is now but a chapter in the history books. Today’s world has adapted to align to the needs of the individual. We have access to 24-hour fitness centers, flexible educations and on-demand entertainment. The progression of market demand and available technology has provided consumers with choices that fit a customized lifestyle.

    So where does the modern workplace fall into the customization spectrum? It lags a bit.

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    Pennsylvania Conference for Women




     

  • THE SEATTLE TIMES - Workers Want Flexibility So Badly, We're Willing To Sacrifice Salary

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    National survey conducted by Harris Interactive for Mom Corps shows that flexibility is one of the most important factors they consider when looking for a new job or deciding what company to work for.

  • THE ECONOMIC TIMES - Around 50 Percent of Employees Want 'Flexibilty' At Workplace

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    The Economic Times reports on Mom Corps' national survey citing nearly half of workers would trade a percentage of their salary for more flexible work options.

  • Women, Work and Family Podcast on NPR

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    Listen to an incredibly interesting panel discussion on NPR about Women, Work and Family -- How and can women strike the right balance between work and family? Is our culture designed to help women transition back into the workplace after taking months or years off to raise children? How have things evolved for women over the years? Plus, how do employers feel about accommodating women and families? Mom Corps Chief Operating Officer, Maria Goldsholl was a featured panelist speaker on the program.

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