The Tropical MBA Podcast - Entrepreneurship, Travel, and Lifestyle
Episode 371: TMBA371: Should Your Next Employee Be a Mom?
Jan 12, 2017 · 34 min
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http://www.tropicalmba.com/hiremymom/ Dan and Ian know that all entrepreneurs struggle with hiring, and specifically hiring remote workers.

One thing that they have learned over the years, through listeners of this podcast and members of the Dynamite Circle, is that stay-at-home moms tend to make model team members. On this week's episode, you'll hear the stories of three women.

Kiri Masters is the founder of Bobsled Marketing. She shares some of her experiences finding great team members, and why that strategy revolves around stay-at-home parents.

Louise Gray is one one of Kiri's remote employees. She had a very successful corporate career at Sony, before having a baby and reconsidering how she approaches work.

Lesley Pyle is the founder of HireMyMom, a well-established agency that places stay-at-home parents at companies around the world.

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