Work At Home Mums wants to help you find the perfect balance between work, life and family and make work, work for you.

The WAHM career section is a recruitment blog where the aim is to proactively share industry articles and to discuss ideas and thoughts across a variety of career, recruitment and workplace related topics.

Since our debut in 2007, WAHM has worked to become the best source for employment, job search and career education information across Australia and New Zealand supporting Work At Home Mums.

Providing advice, support and inspiration for job seekers, WAHM is the working mum’s number one source of information for all things related to having a career, landing the best position and getting the critical balance between mum and working woman just right. Virtually everything you can think of to help you in is available to you right here to enable you to create your Career and live your dreams.

You have access to Work Life Balance articles and Experts where you can make use of a wide range of effective tools to get the balance right, as well as Coaching and Career Resources with a Resident Expert to help get your work satisfaction and groove back.

In addition, we will provide access to articles on Cover Letters and Resumes & CV’s and alert you to Employers of Choice who understand the importance of work, life balance.

WAHM wants to help mums find the perfect balance between work, life and family and make work, work for you.

We will help you with Job Interviews by sharing our top tips and advice to take you from where you are now to your ideal role. We will help you when it comes to Job Search, Recruitment Agencies, Industrial Relations, Education & Training, Skills Testing and salaries.

In fact, all of the invaluable Career Resources you can think of to help you achieve the fulfilment and satisfaction you deserve as a mum and working woman are right here.

And why do we do this? Because at WAHM it’s all about helping you Love Your Work!

Return to work mum and mother guilt

Return to work mum and mother guilt

“No one ever tells you that when you give birth to a baby, you give birth to a big heap of guilt too, and it never leaves you.” Ironically, a lot of people have told me that. And I’m no stranger to mother guilt myself - returning to work guilt has to be the mother of...

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Tips to avoid burnout at work

Tips to avoid burnout at work

The alarm goes off. You hit the snooze button. It’s Monday morning and you wake up thinking, “Why should I bother going to work? It’s Ground Hog Day. I just am so over it, I am going to chuck a sickie today. If you find yourself saying and doing this one too many...

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To return to work or not? That’s the $50 million question

To return to work or not? That’s the $50 million question

Whether you’re a woman who worked in the corporate world prior to having a child, one who simply had a reasonably good job that you genuinely enjoyed, or one who has never worked, one question is likely to come to mind sometime after you have a child:  to work or not...

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