All of the recent focus on mothers who work begs the question, what about fathers? What are male breadwinners, and the increasing number of stay-at-home fathers thinking about having it all? We explore that topic and a new report on fathers from the Boston College Center for Work and Family in “Men Struggle With Work Life Balance, And That’s A Good Thing” over at The Huffington Post. Read it here.
When is corporate America going to realize mothers work and therefore start working to support them? I talk about the difference between corporate perks – company cars, casual Fridays and free snacks – vs. what should be corporate priorities – paid parental leave, support for nursing mothers, paid sick leave – in Support for Working Mothers Shouldn’t Be a Perk at MomsRising. Read it here.
Speaking of working mothers, should you still pursue a new job or a promotion when you’re pregnant. I share my opinion in “Pregnant? You Should Still Be Promoted” in the Globe and Mail. You can read that story by Leah Eichler here
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