What Work-Life Experts Are Saying About The Working Dad’s Survival Guide

What do work-life experts Brad Harrington, Stew Friedman, Jessica deGroot, Greg Marcus, Emma Plumb and Sara Sutton Fell have in common? They’ve all voiced their support for my forthcoming book, The Working Dad’s Survival Guide.

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One of the scary but very cool things about writing a book is sending preview copies out to subject matter experts, asking if they’d be willing to read the book and, if they like it, write a testimonial for you.

What if they couldn’t be bothered? Worse, what if they don’t like it?

I’m very happy to report that several work-life experts, including my two professional role-models, have heartily endorsed my forthcoming book (which you can order NOW on Amazon (It is the #1 Best Seller in career Advice!!). Here’s what they had to say:

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Work-Family News Roundup, October 2014

Did you know that October is National Work and Family Month? What better time for another roundup of my favorite work-family-related news and analysis from the past two months.

MSNBC and NPR this sumer, Fox News this fall. Fatherhood must be bipartisan
MSNBC and NPR this summer, Fox News this fall. Fatherhood must be bipartisan

First, here’s a quick recap of what I’ve been up to lately:

And now, on to the best of the rest:

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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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What You Should Know About Telecommuting: Part 1- The Benefits

Telecommuting has received a burst of media attention. It is increasingly clear that telecommuting is more varied, more common and more beneficial than commonly perceived. Here’s what research shows about the benefits of telecommuting for both employers and employees.

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In this series of articles on telework, I will highlight the work of researchers, company best practices, and the experiences of  telecommuting employees. This first article focuses on the benefits of telecommuting as found in two recent reputable studies.

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Why So Many People Support Work Flexibility

Supporters of work flexibility share how it benefits them, their families and their employers.

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I am proud to be a part of One Million for Work Flexibility. I encourage you to check out their website and join in the movement.

When you sign up to voice your support, you are also asked to write in the reason for your support. Here is a random sampling of responses gathered from respondents to the 1MFWF website, split into a few categories:

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One Million for Work Flexibility

Here’s something we can do to raise our voices together in support of work flexibility!

Welcome Harvard Business Review Readers! Please take a look around this website, including the category links to the right and my writing at HBR and other outlets above. if you like what you see, you can follow this blog via facebook, twitter or email (see links to the right). Thanks for visiting!

As I noted last week, October is National Work and Family Month– an effort to raise awareness of the importance of work-family balance for employees and employers. I am happy to also be a part of a second advocacy push- One Million for Work Flexibility.

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One Million for Work Flexibility seeks to get, well, one million individuals and companies to voice their support for workplace flexibility. By uniting our voice, we will be better able to successfully advocate for changes to corporate and public policy.

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