Lauren Smith Brody is the former executive editor of Glamour magazine, writer, producer, consultant, speaker, and the author of The Fifth Trimester.
Having more women in the U.S. labor force boosts the economy and improves working conditions for all, according to Federal Reserve Chair Janet L. Yellen.
A new report from Gallup, "Women in America: Work and Life Well-Lived," outlines why and how businesses should recruit and retain women (hint: flex is key).
1MFWF has scoured news reports, voting records, and other sources to find out where the presidential candidates stand on issues related to work flexibility.
Channel your inner suffragette and speak out for what you need, want, and deserve, which is to work the way that makes sense for a 21st century workforce.
Last year Catalyst launched #DisruptTheDefault, an initiative empowering individuals and organizations to forge bold and meaningful workplace change.
Parents who lack child care support in the workplace have higher rates of employee tardiness and absenteeism, warns Ithaca College student Alexis Barbag.
Happy International Women’s Day 2014! Support work flexibility as a way to ensure a bright, equal future for working women and all professionals.