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By: The Mom Project
July 2nd, 2020

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With your unwavering support and commitment to moms at work (and of course, at home!), we have made incredible progress towards building a better workplace for everyone. Over 275,000 talented professionals and more than 2,000 companies of all sizes have joined forces to drive business forward with The Mom Project to date. And we’re just getting started...

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Partners | How To's

By: The Mom Project
June 12th, 2020

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The Mom Project connects employers to a skilled, diverse talent community you won't find anywhere else. Ready to find your perfect fit?

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Partners | How To's

By: The Mom Project
May 21st, 2020

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How do I keep my remote workforce engaged as work from home continues to extend? What do I need to be thinking about as I prepare for employees returning to the office? The Mom Project collected top questions from business leaders across various industries and company sizes, and sat down (virtually) with with Dr. Pam Cohen, President of WerkLabs. Based on insights from WerkLab’s most recent study on the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on employee experience, we tackled some of  the most common questions companies have about keeping their workforces supported, engaged, and productive right now.

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Moms | Campaigns

By: The Mom Project
May 15th, 2020

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Our RALLY program is designed to match professional women and create a space to speak candidly with each other, to give and receive career advice, and to build a powerful network of supporters.

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Moms | How To's | Campaigns

By: The Mom Project
May 14th, 2020

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RALLY isn't your typical mentorship program. This is a peer-to-peer, boost-each-other-up, share-our-power-and wisdom program. (Because empowered women empower women, remember?)

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Moms | How To's | Projects | Campaigns

By: The Mom Project
May 13th, 2020

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Let's be real: the concept of "mentoring" is one that can be met with a bit of apprehension.