Frequently Asked Questions

  • It does not cost anything to register with Working Women
  • We do nothing; you have to tell us your full name, email address and your location. If you register with us you will be allowed to apply for any of our advertised jobs. When you registered you also have the opportunity to provide more details about yourself, which will help the Employers that have registered with us in their search for new employees.
  • We allow Employers that register with us and are looking for new employees to access our list of registered Job Seekers.
  • Yes you can but only after you have registered with Working Women.
  • Only other users that have registered with Working Women, like you. We want our discussion forums to be exclusive and other visitors to our site can see the questions and answers in our discussion forum but they cannot comment or respond without first registering with Working Women
  • We are focused on Careers and working life but this will always expand to other personal areas. We all have to balance our Children, Family, Partners and our working life and we want our users to help and engage in a secure environment.
  • No you must register with Working Women first. If you are not registered, you cannot ask a question or respond to others. We want all Working Women to help others or to seek help from others.
  • If you have loaded your CV our registered employers can search our database of Job Seekers.
  • Only registered employers have the ability to search our database of Job Seekers.
  • Yes you can search our job advertisements but you cannot apply to a job without registering with Working Women
    • At Working Women, we are committed to helping women get ahead in the workplace. Whether you’ve been out of the workforce for a while and are looking to get back in, or if you’re ready to take the next big step in your career, we want to help.
    • We know that in the contemporary workplace, the connections you make outside the office are just as important as the ones you make 9 to 5. To help you create and develop your networks, we’ve created a forum where women can have their voices heard, share tips about the workplace, ask questions, and give advice to other women in real time. We’re here to help you connect, collaborate, and create the ideal workplace for women in Australia.