Generations/ Generational

The 2017 Working Mother WorkBeyond Summit: Some Takeaways

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Blog
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The 2017 Working Mother WorkBeyond Summit: Some Takeaways
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Robin Hardman Communications blog
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Robin Hardman

Caregiver leaves, D&I, generations and more: a few of the most interesting takeaways from the October 2017 Working Mother Media WorkBeyond Summit. 

Call for Papers: Promises, Perils, and Practicalities of Ambulatory Assessment for Capturing Adolescent Development

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Call for Papers
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Call for Papers: Promises, Perils, and Practicalities of Ambulatory Assessment for Capturing Adolescent Development
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Journal of Research on Adolescence
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dowgun

The Journal of Research on Adolescence announces a call for high quality submissions for a special section dedicated exclusively to ambulatory assessment methods for studying adolescent development. This section is entitled: "Promises, Perils, and Practicalities of Ambulatory Assessment for Capturing Adolescent Development."

The New Dad: The Career-Caregiving Conflict

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Press Release
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The New Dad: The Career-Caregiving Conflict
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Boston College Center for Work & Family
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Boston College Center for Work & Family

BCCWF announces the release of the latest report in our fatherhood research series entitled The New Dad: The Career-Caregiving Conflict, just before Father's Day 2017. The study describes three types of fathers (Egalitarian, Conflicted, and Traditional) across three generations (Millennials, Generation X and Baby-boomers) and explores

Aging America - Americans Are Living Longer

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Infographic
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Aging America - Americans Are Living Longer
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University of Southern California Online Master of Arts in Gerontology & Master of Aging Services Management

The average life expectancy in America today is higher than in any other period in history. More specifically, data from a United Nations report shows that the number of people 65 years and older rose from 8% to 12% of the total population between 1950 and 2000. What’s more, this figure will rise to 20% by 2050 and is likely to continue rising steadily thereafter.

UPENN's Sarah Kagan: Caring for Aging Parents

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Interview
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UPENN's Sarah Kagan: Caring for Aging Parents
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Work and Life Podcast

Half of Fathers Want Less Stressful Job to Help More with Child-rearing

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News Article
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Half of Fathers Want Less Stressful Job to Help More with Child-rearing
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The Guardian
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Judi C Casey

53% of millennial fathers seek a less stressful job and 48% would take a pay cut in order to get a better work-life balance

Bringing Flexibility Back to Retirement: An Interview with Paul Rupert

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Blog
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Bringing Flexibility Back to Retirement: An Interview with Paul Rupert
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Robin Hardman Communications Blog

When the concept of flexible work arrangements was first introduced, in the 1970s and 80s, it referred to a long menu of options, from flexing start and end times to job sharing, compressed work weeks, and many other arrangements that have fallen off the collective radar. I recently sat down with Paul Rupert to learn more about one such valuable but under-used arrangement, Phased Retirement.

Our Assumptions About Old and Young Workers Are Wrong

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Blog
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Our Assumptions About Old and Young Workers Are Wrong
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Harvard Business Review Blog
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Judi C Casey

"We found far fewer differences between the age groups than we might have imagined. In fact, many of the traits and desires commonly attributed to younger people are shared by the whole workforce. Why might this be the case?"

Call for Papers: Special Issue on Immigrant, Gender, and Succession Issues in Family Business

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Call for Papers
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Call for Papers: Special Issue on Immigrant, Gender, and Succession Issues in Family Business
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International Journal of Entrepreneurship and Small Business
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Kathy Kuschel

This is a Call for Papers for a special issue of the International Journal of Entrepreneurship and Small Business related to the Family Enterprise Research Conference to be held in Asheville, North Carolina on June 8-10, 2017.  The aim of the special issue is to broaden discussions on succession, immigrant, and gender issues in family business. The issue's guest editors are  Dianne H.B.

What To Do If Your Parents Are Causing You Career Angst

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Other
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What To Do If Your Parents Are Causing You Career Angst
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Harvard Business Review
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