Use the links in Max Your Maternity Leave to reach the hidden pages on this site. Then explore the return-to-work resources, below.
If you landed on this site and don’t yet have your copy of Max Your Maternity Leave, get it here.
Return to Work Articles
- Five Ways to Return to Work After Maternity Leave
- Can You Afford Part-time Hours?
- Working from Home: How Many Days Should You Request?
- Don’t Get Personal When Proposing Flexible Work*
- How to Return to Work Part-time Under FMLA*
- Telecommuting + Baby: Make the Right Arrangements*
- Best Flexible Work Choices for Nursing Moms*
- Flexible Paternity Leave and RTW Options for Dads*
*Reminder: Find these RTW articles in your copy of Max Your Maternity Leave.
Got Flexible Work?
Combining a career with a new baby requires new ways to work.
Many moms find that a flexible work arrangement is the sanity saver for managing both work and life at home. Especially after the second baby.
Whether it’s a full-time or part-time flexible arrangement, you’ll find it makes a huge difference.
Read these new moms’ success stories of their flexible return to work using my affordable Flexible Work Proposal Packages.
Work-Life Consultation and Coaching
If you’re already on leave or have returned to work and need some guidance on your flexible work options, I can help.
Many women tell me they become empowered (and relieved) by knowing their work-life options. As a result, they are able to move ahead on a plan with confidence.
Are You Underpaid?
A big fat pay raise can give you more flexible work options. Are you underpaid now?
Download my worksheet, Five Ways to Find Out How Much You’re Underpaid (and How to Fix It) from Pay Raise Prep School for Women.
Flex Your Job to Fit Your Life
“I am the first to have a part-time schedule. The proposal received high praises from my Director and VP.” Normalee Sirota, Senior Tax Accountant, Burlington, NJ
Train a child in the way he should go, and when he is old he will not turn from it. Proverbs 22:6 (NIV)