Childcare has been a longstanding challenge for working parents in America, and this issue has only been exacerbated by the current pandemic. Our research has shown that moms are more significantly impacted through increased childcare responsibilities during this time, and women of color are even more likely to be disproportionately affected. With many states and districts announcing online schooling this fall, it seems like there is no finish line in sight.
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.
The Mom Project is committed to building meaningful opportunities to help you take your career to the next level. Whether that's connecting you with the right employers, helping you prepare for your job search, or providing you with access to vetted professional development resources, we are here to support you.
Hiring managers: We heard your feedback (thank you!) and we’ve enhanced our interview call process for a more seamless experience! Since phone screens are often the first touchpoint in finding the best candidate, we want the process to be as pleasant and efficient as possible for both you and our moms. With our updated interview scheduling and phone call process, it will be just that.
The Mom Project has a community of highly qualified, diverse talent that are actively searching for jobs with incredible employers, like you, who offer all types of positions- full-time, flexible, remote. The first step to connecting with our community is to post open roles on our marketplace. But how do you make sure you’re writing a job description that accurately reflects the role responsibilities and helps you garner interest from the right candidates?