Miranda Gregory of GPS Return is helping to make getting back to work after a career break a normal, accepted, and expected step in every parent’s career.
In her new book, Morra Aarons-Mele explores how flexible work and work-life balance have been inextricably caught up in the so-called “mommy-track”.
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.
A recent study shows that many older workers stay in the workforce not because they have to, but because they enjoy their meaningful and flexible work.
New research suggests that companies that help their workers strengthen family bonds will help boost employee energy as well as their bottom line.
Emma Plumb, director of 1MFWF, recently spoke at Stanford about work flexibility and the diversity problem in Silicon Valley.
While affordable child care is one tool that could be used to address the challenges facing working parents, another is improved work flexibility.