11:37 am, July 15th | by Grace Rasmus
According to Slate, the more an employer does to support the needs of working moms, the more it costs to hire a mother. This increase in expenses could be preventing companies from hiring current mothers or young women who they assume might become mothers someday.
11:15 am, July 8th | by Grace Rasmus
Three-fourths of part-time professionals in the U.K. feel that they have “traded down” their skill level in order to achieve a manageable work-life balance while raising children.
3:00 pm, July 5th | by Grace Rasmus
Sure, it’s bad — but is it that bad?
1:15 pm, June 24th | by Kirsten Murray
Hillary Clinton has mastered the art of the Twitter bio, debuting a case study in awesome that might even have triggered Claire McCaskill’s way early 2016 presidential endorsement.
4:00 pm, June 21st | by Amy Tennery
In a piece for The Atlantic today, former State Department Policy Planning Director Anne-Marie Slaughter details the hurdles she’s faced trying to, yep, “have it all.” Juggling a demanding career, commuting to Washington D.C. and raising two teenage boys took its toll — so after her two years at the State Department, she left the job.
When a woman struggles to balance work and family life, we lament that she “can’t have it all.” But when a man struggles to balance work and family life, we shrug our shoulders.