I recently had the opportunity to review this wonderful website which offers much more than job opportunities. I have to confess from time to time, I do check out websites like this, trying to find out whether there are any ways I can earn some side income while still remain as a SAHM to my 2 cheeky kids. So here goes my review for the website:
Description from the product page:
"We work with hundreds of employers - from large corporate firms to small businesses, and have a large database of professional women seeking work in a wide variety of fields. Candidates register for free and can file their CVs, whilst employers pay a small fee to post their job on the site and contact candidates who match their requirements. There are also fantastic opportunities for employers to promote their brand, and their flexible working policies.
Workingmums.co.uk also offers much more than job opportunities. Mums can also search for small business and self-employed opportunities in our Business-Zone and Franchise-Zone, where franchisors can seek to expand their brand by reaching thousands of potential franchisees. We also offer advice, news and working mums' blogs, in order to share news, views, experiences and information with working mums everywhere."
I think this website is awesome as it connects women (such as us mums!) with opportunities to earn side income either by self-employed or small business opportunities or franchising options.
Not only that, this website is packed with tips and advice, and there are avenues to share news, opinions, experiences and information with working mums as well! Why don't I see this type of websites in Malaysia?!
As for the layout and navigation aspect of this website, I'll have to say I am satisfied with them and find it easy to navigate around and finding information I wanted. For example, to satisfy my curiosity, I tried searching for available jobs (to see what are the cool jobs being offered in the UK market) and I am happy to see the jobs offered being filtered by the working pattern (whether full or part time), contract type (such as permanent, temporary, etc), location, sectors and many more.
One thing I would recommend is for the company to include job opportunities to people from overseas (like me!) as well. For example job which only requires online presence such as filling up surveys, data entry etc will definitely attract more job seekers (like me!) and bring a win-win situation to all parties.
If you want to know more, check out workingmums.co.uk
All opinions expressed in this post are my own. Please do your own research, as your opinions may differ from mine.
** Disclosure: This post is in association with Workingmums. All thoughts, opinions and words are 100 % my own.