Gender

Why Work Flexibility is Important for Women’s Equality

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Why Work Flexibility is Important for Women’s Equality
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WorkFlexibility.org

Five Ways to End the Gender Pay Gap

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News Article
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Five Ways to End the Gender Pay Gap
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The Guardian

Another week, another report on women being paid less than men. So here is our helpful guide to bring an end to this madness and guarantee a fair and equal wage for all

CEO Steps Down To Be A More Involved Dad

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CEO Steps Down To Be A More Involved Dad
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Fathers, Work and Family (http://fathersworkandfamily.com)
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Scott Behson, PhD

CEO Steps Down To Be A More Involved Dad

Yesterday, Max Schireson stepped down as CEO of MongoDB, a successful and growing software company, in order to be a more involved father. He used this opportunity to give voice to the work-family struggles of today’s fathers. Why his work-family role modeling is so important.

In the Ivory Tower, Men Only

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In the Ivory Tower, Men Only
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Slate

For men, having children is a career advantage. For women, it’s a career killer.

Work+Family Summary: July 2014

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Newsletter
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Work+Family Summary: July 2014
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My Family Care

In this month's summary, Ben Black looks at the differing opinions around gender quotas, the positives of the cabinet reshuffle, and the passing of the Care Act

Why Some Wonkish New Policy Guidelines from EEOC Make My Heart Soar

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Blog
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Why Some Wonkish New Policy Guidelines from EEOC Make My Heart Soar
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Robin Hardman Communications Blog

Paternity leave seems to be the new “hot” topic. How does that relate to maternity leave? Will we finally be able to move beyond the concept of pregnancy as a disability and admit it’s important for parents of both sexes to take care of and bond with their babies? And that even among those eligible for the [Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA)]’s 12 weeks unpaid leave, few can afford to take it?

British Shared Parental Leave Initiative: A Nice Idea But Will It Work?

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News Article
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British Shared Parental Leave Initiative: A Nice Idea But Will It Work?
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The Conversation
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Jana Javornik, University of Leeds

Giving families new flexibility in how to balance leave between parents sounds great – but the evidence says fathers are unlikely to take more time off work.

UK’s Men And Women Have Significantly Different Attitudes Toward Flexible Working

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UK’s Men And Women Have Significantly Different Attitudes Toward Flexible Working
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Insight

Work+Family Summary: May 2014

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Newsletter
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Work+Family Summary: May 2014
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My Family Care

In this month's summary, Ben Black looks at some depressing data around women in engineering and IT, along with some good news around gender equality

Why Women Don’t Negotiate Their Job Offers

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Why Women Don’t Negotiate Their Job Offers
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Harvard Business Review Blog Network

It is good advice for any negotiator – male or female — to ask for what they want in terms that their counterparts will perceive as legitimate and mutually beneficial. But for women, it is especially helpful because it unburdens them from the social costs of self-advocating. By sharing this research, I hope to shed light on this bias. Most people don’t want to discriminate. With more self-awareness as negotiators and evaluators, we can work to close this gender gap.

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