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If the issues of work, working parents, workplace flexibility, and children with special needs is of interest, please tune in tonight (Tuesday, July 8th) at 8:00 p.m. EST as Stew Friedman and I discuss these topics.
Fathers want to be present and involved from the first days of their children’s lives and increasingly expect their employers to support them through paid leave, flexibility, and ultimately a culture that respects their desire to be hands-on caregivers, according to a new study of 30 corporations and more than 1,000 fathers by the Boston College Center for Work & Family (BCCWF).
"By now, you probably know that a salary is negotiable.
But that's just one of the workplace policies and perks up for discussion. Whether it's explicitly said or not, things like flexible working arrangements, maternity leave and even the projects you get to work on may not be set in stone."