Middle East’s first of its kind e-commerce platform Mumzworld has re-introduced its ‘return to work’ programme to starting from Monday April 23 to Thursday April 26 for qualified mothers who are looking to get back into the workplace.
The initiative will offer working mothers flexible working hours, the opportunity to work from home as well as specialized training that helps the women in resuming their careers.
The startup’s co founder and CEO Mona Ataya says, “Being so active in the mums community has enabled us to identify a growing need for women who’ve taken a career break to focus on their journey of motherhood, to regain a position in the workplace,”
She further explains, “This isn’t always easy, which is why we came up with our concept of a ‘returnship’ – a career opportunity that recognizes and rewards professional women for their skills and talents, and still allows them the flexibility of managing their home life.”
The company has encouraged mothers to apply for various positions in the Mumzworld this week. Positions are available in marketing, buying and copy writing including other sections.
The recruitment drive will begin on 23rd to 26th April with over a dozen positions to be filled. To apply for a position, email firstname.lastname@example.org with the reference ‘MUMZ AT WORK RETURNSHIP’ in the subject line and application.
The platform was founded by mothers Mona Ataya and Leena Khalil in 2011. Mumzworld is the first and leading bilingual e-commerce site in the Middle East dedicated to everything mother, baby and child, which enables shoppers to search, compare and buy from the convenience of their own home.
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