Why should I look at employing a mother as opposed to any other kind of employee?Click through for the rest.
As many business managers can tell you, working mothers often make the best employees. They are loyal, focused and extremely conscientious. They don't like to move job often because their lives thrive on routine. If they have a system that works, they don't want to change it. They enjoy their time at work and want to achieve to the best of their ability. You will not find a working mother taking regular long lunches - they will be the ones working through lunch so they can get the maximum done.
I'm very very slowly working my way through South's book, Because We're Worth It, which is about working motherhood. As with most of these books that I've perused so far it is irritatingly middle and high income focused, although at least it is honest about that and has mentioned the financial necessities of working for those parents on lower incomes.