The Back-to-Work Toolkit: A Guide for Comeback Moms
Comeback Moms struggling with the unique challenges of the re-entry job search will find "what-to-do" and "how-to-do-it" advice from some of the country’s leading career experts in the newly released online product, The Back-to- Work Toolkit: A Guide for Comeback Moms.
Created by career counselor and founder of Jobsandmoms.com, Nancy Collamer, the toolkit contains a guidebook, audio interviews with nationally recognized career experts and a “members only” online forum where moms can support one another through their back-to-work challenges. Unlike general job search books, the advice, resources and strategies in this toolkit are all customized to meet the unique needs and challenges faced by professional level moms returning to work.
“I am delighted that I was able to enlist the support of such a distinguished group of career experts for the audio portion of the toolkit,” says Collamer. “These interviews are sure to inspire moms who might be feeling insecure about this sometimes overwhelming process.” Featured on the audio interviews are:
Tory Johnson, founder and CEO of Women for Hire and the Workplace Contributor on ABC’s Good Morning America. Johnson shares her thoughts about workplace trends that impact moms returning to work and provides advice on how women can bolster their confidence during the job search process.
Ellen Parlapiano, co-author of the best-selling books, Mompreneurs® and Mompreneurs Online®, and co-founder of the website Mompreneursonline.com, discusses ways to brainstorm new business ideas and provides inspiring examples of successful mompreneurs she has met through her research.
Lynn Berger, career counselor and author of the newly released book, The Savvy Part-Time Professional, talks about the new options for part-time employment in today’s economy.
Career counselor and resume writer, Linsey Levine, shares her favorite resources and strategies for figuring out what “you really, really, really want to do” after staying home with children.
Full details about the toolkit are available at Jobsandmoms.com