2017 National Woman in Business Champion
RecruitMyMom was a proud finalist in the Cape Talk Small Business Awards in 2013.
Phillipa Geard, the CEO and founder of RecruitMyMom, is a finalist in the 2018 Entrepreneur of the Year Awards. Learn more on what the business offers in this interview she had on CNBC Africa. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9QGHw95WbzE...
Two Somerset West business owners are both finalists of the 2018 Entrepreneur of the Year competition sponsored by Sanlam. Source: News24 Phillipa Geard of Recruit My Mom and James Barrington- Brown of NewSpace Systems...
The global workplace landscape is changing substantially with more working flexibility to cater for lifestyle choices, family responsibilities and technology which is making it easier for us to do business anywhere and anytime all over...
Cape Talk – John Maythan – Phillipa Geard lands top biz award five years into online job agency for moms
Cape Town's Phillipa Geard has been crowned the 2017 National Woman in Business Champion, five years after starting her successful online recruitment platform.
Living and Loving interviewed CEO and Founder of RecruitMyMom, Phillipa Geard on "15 best jobs for working moms"
Werk soek vir Ma's
According to research conducted by the Working Mothers Expo, almost half of working moms struggle to cope with the demands on their time. We know how difficult it is to do it all and have it...
Could you be the flexi type?
An innovative recruitment website that focuses on helping professionals find part-time or flexible employment is proving invaluable.
Article by Lisa Illingworth
Recruit My Mom is on online platform that helps women find more flexible work opportunities around South Africa.
Half day employment would be ideal for most moms, yet there's a dearth of suitable options. Now a brilliant online recruitment agency RecruitMyMom, is helping skilled Moms find solutions.
Measure your staff by their productivity, not their presence." says Jenny Handley.
Read the Article - Living And Loving March 2013
Many working mothers are torn between time spent utilising their skills and qualifications, and time spent hammering out homework requirements. Economic pressure often forces both parents into the workplace, compounding the guilt associated with time...