The Changing Role of Men at Work and at Home- A Conversation at Womenetics

I was recently asked to contribute a short piece on the changing role of men in work-family for Womenetics.com, a leading website for professional women.

I don't like to call myself an expert, but I like it when others do! (click on the pic for my essay)
I don’t like to call myself an expert, but I like it when others do! (click on the pic for my essay)

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Welcome Wall Street Journal Readers and CBS This Morning Viewers!

“The good news is that when anything—even something as asinine as Wednesday’s debate—gets America talking about paternity leave, it is significant progress.” -from my 4/4 WSJ article I hope you enjoyed the segment about Daniel Murphy’s paternity leave on CBS This Morning, and my follow-up article on the Wall Street Journal Online. I am thrilled by … Read more

Welcome Harvard Business Review Readers

“Even the most employee-oriented managers have concerns about having employees work outside of normal work hours or at places other than the office. However, by taking a job design approach to workplace flexibility, managers can get the benefits of offering more flexibility while minimizing the downside”

-From my HBR Online article, “Increase Work Flexibility and Boost Performance

Welcome to Fathers, Work and Family
Welcome to Fathers, Work and Family

Thank you for reading, and for visiting my site. For those of you who are visiting Fathers, Work and Family for the first time, feel free to have a look around. A link to my “Greatest Hits” here, links to my work at HBR, Good Men Project, Time and HuffPo up at the top of the page, category listings along the right-hand side, and of course, buttons you can use to follow Fathers, Work and Family via email, twitter or Facebook.

Celebrating a Year of Progress on Fathers’ Work-Family Issues

While there is still much more work to be done, the past 12 months has seen a marked rise in attention being paid to fathers’ work-family issues–in media, the popular press, academia and business. Here’s my article for 1 Million for Work Flexibility on this rising tide of awareness and my thoughts on how we can build on this success.

My article at WorkFlexibility.org, the website of the advocacy movement 1 Million For Work Flexibility. (click to go to the article)
My article at WorkFlexibility.org, the website of the advocacy movement 1 Million For Work Flexibility. (click to go to the article)

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Time.com: 5 Things You Should Know About Working Dads

On Wednesday, I published my first piece for Time.com, entitled “5 Things You Should Know About Working Dads.” Here’s a link to the full article (if you like it, be sure to click, share and tweet!) What do you think about the challenges faced by working dads? Any experiences to share? Let’s discuss in the comments … Read more

Welcome Time.com Readers!

Welcome Time.com readers. I hope you enjoyed my article, “5 Things You Should Know About Working Dads.”

Nick and I welcome you to Fathers, Work and Family!
Nick and I welcome you to Fathers, Work and Family!

For those of you who are visiting Fathers, Work and Family for the first time, feel free to have a look around. A link to my “Greatest Hits” here, links to my work at HBR, Good Men Project and HuffPo up at the top of the page, category listings along the right-hand side, and of course, buttons you can use to follow Fathers, Work and Family via email, twitter or Facebook.

Twitter Love for FWF From Senator Gillibrand!

.@ScottBehson is absolutely right — "The Time Is Right for the #FAMILYAct": http://t.co/OueRkcNwfs #PaidFMLA — Kirsten Gillibrand (@SenGillibrand) February 21, 2014 Two weeks ago, I wrote a post explaining why I thought the FAMILY Act, which would create a national paid parental leave program, is a great idea. The piece was later republished at Huffington … Read more

Welcome NPR “Radio Times” Listeners

I hope you enjoyed Radio Times today. I know I did.

Nick and I welcome you to Fathers, Work and Family
Nick and I welcome you to Fathers, Work and Family

For those of you who are visiting Fathers, Work and Family for the first time, feel free to have a look around. More information of paternity leave here, a link to my “Greatest Hits” here, links to my work at HBR, Good Men Project and HuffPo up at the top of the page, category listings along the right-hand side, and of course, buttons you can use to follow Fathers, Work and Family via email, twitter or Facebook.

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Welcome! I hope you find this blog to be a valuable resource and that you come back soon.

 

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