Despite the attention the issue has received and the increasing number of new moms who want to—or need to—quickly return to their jobs, the stigma against breastfeeding at work remains.
Closing the gender pay gap and paid parental leave policies are two hot-button topics that are often talked about by city and state legislators, but not always made into law—until now. San Francisco is breaking away from the proverbial pack and leading the charge towards making the workplace equitable for everyone.
Greater access to flexible work and leaders who ensure their employees take time off from work when necessary could improve a career as an event planner.
The US labor force is changing in drastic ways, and as a result it only makes sense to ensure that flexible work arrangements are available to more people.
The College and University Work-Life-Family Association is hosting its annual work-life conference at Emory University from March 13-15, 2018.
Erica Komisar, LCSW, is a parenting expert, psychoanalyst, and author of Being There: Why Prioritizing Motherhood in the First Three Years Matters.
Irenka Krone-Germann and Mirko Humbert are preparing for the 2nd International Colloquium on Job Sharing, scheduled for Nov. 6 in Basel, Switzerland.
Professor of Management Lotte Bailyn literally wrote the book on work flexibility, back in 1993. How far have we come, as she wrote, in breaking the mold?
Too often couples feel pushed to choose between work and caregiving. But a growing community of parents is showing us new ways to navigate this challenge.