Blog Archives

Flextime and Predictable Schedules: It’s Time to Re-Imagine Work

By |December 19th, 2014|Millennial Voice|

Flextime can increase production and minimize turnover in a way that benefits both employers and employees, shares Ithaca College student Olivia Abry.

Child Care Options in the Workplace Benefit All

By |December 18th, 2014|Millennial Voice|

Parents who lack child care support in the workplace have higher rates of employee tardiness and absenteeism, warns Ithaca College student Alexis Barbag.

The Benefits of Workplace Support for Breastfeeding

By |December 17th, 2014|Business Case, Millennial Voice|

Employers should be required to provide reasonable time and space for a nursing mother to breastfeed, says Ithaca College student Carolyn Rush.

Why Many Fathers Do Not Take Parental Leave

By |December 16th, 2014|Millennial Voice|

Ithaca College student Yanilsa Frias asks, Is there anything employers can do to create more equal use of parental leave policies? And should they?

Today’s Ideal Worker is Not the Same As Yesterday’s

By |December 15th, 2014|Business Case, Millennial Voice|

Rethinking the ideal worker archetype is not only beneficial for families, but for employers as well, notes Ithaca College student Alessandra Tantawi.

Millennial Voice: Build Memories, Not Resumes—Analysis of Decrease in Parental Attendance in Youth Sport

By |November 14th, 2014|Millennial Voice|

"To parents, I say, 'be a part of your child’s life.' To parents' employers I say, 'make this possible,'" says Kerline Batista, an Ithaca College student.

Millennial Voice: Raising Children with Special Needs—Are Mothers Disabled Too?

By |November 12th, 2014|Millennial Voice|

Workplace support is pivotal for families raising children with special needs, note Hannah Steinfeld and Yanilsa Frias, students at Ithaca College.

Millennial Voice: Failures or Heroes—The Constant Struggle of Being a Single Parent

By |November 10th, 2014|Millennial Voice|

Single parents who financially support their children should be respected more in American society, shares Olivia Abry, a student at Ithaca College.