Category Archives: Flexible Working

A day in the life of a Superdad: Simon des Forges

A day in the life of a Superdad: Simon des Forges Simon is one of our Superdads, having recently graduated from the Supermums programme and was also awarded with our Supermums Customer Success Award in November 2019. Simon was working for Herts Viewpoint when we worked together with Economic Change to implement their Salesforce org, […]

What type of Salesforce role would suit you? Part 1  

What type of Salesforce role would suit you? – Part 1   Within this first article we look at the different type of Salesforce employers and the type of work they may offer.  Gain Diversity with Consultancy Roles   If you are someone who enjoys diversity, new challenges, learning new things, working under time and budget pressure, […]

Life of a Salesforce Supermum – Keeping your mind active whilst on maternity leave

Have you have been wondering how to keep your mind active during your time on maternity leave? You may be interested that one-third of our trainees are studying whilst juggling caring for a new baby!  In the latest of our ‘life of a Salesforce Supermum’ series, Jasmine shares why she retrained and how she found flexibility and diversity […]

Empowering the Future Generation with Salesforce

Empowering the future generation with Salesforce Inspiring children into Technology is big on today’s agenda, with new characters such as Little Miss Technology being championed and code clubs popping up in schools. We’re on a mission to empower the future generation with Salesforce technology – Heather Black, our founder is speaking at a local school in Hastings […]

Are working mums being sold the impossible dream?

Mum working on bench

Are working mums being sold the impossible dream? The Times published an article last weekend asking this very question on flexibility. It’s one I’ve often pondered at the moment I wake up and realise that there’s no milk for breakfast, and the bread is mouldy. Epic fails, or everyday life of a working mum? Firstly, […]