The MummyJobs Blog Area

Read the latest blogs for working mums from our team and the community. We aim to inspire a forgotten mass of talent that are mums. Mums who want to return to work, change career or simply fight for flexible working.

Shared Parental Leave, It's potential value to flexible working

Shared Parental Leave

By Helen Miller | Jul 16, 2019

It’s Potential Value To Flexible Working How Many Even Know What Shared Parental Leave Is?  How many know how to find out more information about Shared Parental Leave?  Does it even work for people?  How many have experienced it? Around 285,000 couples every year qualify for Shared Parental Leave, but it is estimated that take […]

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11 Easy ways to a positive mind, stressed to calm

11 Easy Ways To A Positive Mind

By Helen Miller | May 30, 2019

What to do when it all gets a bit too much. Our hectic lives can sometimes leave us feeling pretty flat and exhausted. This has a knock on effect on our family and working lives. In 2017/18 stress, depression or anxiety accounted for 44% of all work-related ill health cases and 57% of all working […]

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MLMS Free Zone, Here's Why...

Why At The FindYourFlex Group We Don’t Support MLM’s

By Guest Author | Apr 16, 2019

Our Stand Against (MLMs) Multi Level Marketing Schemes. One of the last times I saw my university lecturer we were talking about what my plans were for the future. I outlined a strict timetable that included having a part time job, writing at the weekends and evenings, and somehow having a couple of kids who […]

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Mum holding up child in sea with sunset

The Great Baby And Career Balancing Act

By Guest Author | Dec 6, 2018

How I Balanced A Baby And A Career Guest Post By Lyndsey Shankland As a businesswoman, my whole adult life was dedicated to my career in recruitment. I loved it! Balancing a baby and a career hadn’t been on the agenda. My true passion was my career, my reason for being, and everything else could […]

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Woman working in construction, hi vis jacket

Women In Construction…

By the-boss | Sep 25, 2018

Building Your Future Women in construction – It’s a thing. It’s fair to say however that construction has long been thought of as a typical job for the boys. From Auf Weidersehen Pet to Bob The Builder, most representations of the industry have been very male-dominated. But, as Bob Dylan noted, “the times they are […]

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An HR Journey with Pitney Bowes!

By the-boss | Aug 16, 2018

This Mum Can… I have multiple jobs in my life, (1) mummy to two crazy, beautiful, boisterous boys (2) wife and general domestic goddess 😉 (3) career HR professional looking to change the world! Life is busy, my mind is busy. Lack of time frustrates me, yet I am determined to make it all work. […]

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Meet Clare: A working mum at Hastings Direct

By the-boss | Aug 13, 2018

I joined Hastings Direct Claims department in 1998 when it was a much smaller organisation. Despite the huge growth of the company in recent years, one thing that hasn’t changed is how well I’ve been looked after as a colleague at Hastings Direct. My hours originally covered evenings as I had young children. As the […]

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Mums Enterprise Events London

ShootForTheMoon With Mums Enterprise

By Helen Miller | Jul 18, 2018

Getting Mums Back Into Work #ShootForTheMoon With Mums Enterprise In June two members of the MummyJobs, DaddyJobs and FlexIsBest team attended The Mums Enterprise event in Manchester. We were so overwhelmed with the numbers that we plan to have the whole team there at the two day event in London in September. We spoke to so many mums from start […]

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Needle in a haystack


By the-boss | Jul 3, 2018

Childcare Options And Flexible Working Finding the right childcare options when working full time or flexibly can be like finding a needle in a haystack. If you do find that needle it is often a diamond! Parents spend up to 45% of their disposable income on childcare. When it comes to a return to work, […]

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