4 Ways Professional Women Can Achieve Successful Work/Life Balance

By | March 28th, 2018|Career Advice, Moms at Work, Women and careers, Work/Life Balance|

Women’s roles in the workplace have rapidly shifted in the past few decades. Roles that were once reserved exclusively for men are now being filled more and more frequently by women. Of course, progress is a process and there is still a great deal of [...]

Getting Benefits

By | January 24th, 2013|Moms at Work, Uncategorized|

by Elizabeth Wilcox How do you define family-friendly? Family-friendly is a relative term depending on your needs. And for many mothers, particularly single mothers and mothers whose husbands are self-employed, benefits are the key. After all, some estimate that employer-sponsored benefits can be of as [...]

Figuring Out Your Needs

By | January 24th, 2013|Moms at Work, Uncategorized|

by Elizabeth Wilcox Not sure if the arrangement you're considering is right for you and your children? Don't base your judgment on what the latest study says on how much a mother should work. Look within. Here are four tips to help you figure out [...]

The Art of Volunteering

By | January 24th, 2013|Moms at Work, Uncategorized|

by Elizabeth Wilcox "Don't tell me I don't work. I was up until midnight last night, doing things for the family, doing all my volunteer work. I just don't get paid." It's a familiar refrain. Among women who don't work for pay, many consider their [...]

When Pay Matters, Think BIG: Why women seeking family-friendly work shouldn’t undervalue where they can get their financial needs met.

By | January 24th, 2013|Moms at Work, Uncategorized|

by Elizabeth Wilcox I'm as guilty as the rest. When I talk about family-friendly work, I often launch into discussion about arrangements - flexible hours, telecommuting, part-time work, even launching your business. But in today's world, where part-time and running your own business come at [...]