Work and Family

What Makes an Employer One of "The Best"?

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Blog
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What Makes an Employer One of "The Best"?
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Robin Hardman Communications blog

This year, once again, Working Mother Media has published some impressive statistics about the 100 Best companies, including some startling data comparing the 2017 100 Best to all companies nationwide.

The Family Owned Business

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Interview
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The Family Owned Business
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Work and Life Podcast

Working Anywhere, Anytime: Work Flexibility from a Management and an Occupational Health Perspective

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Call for Papers
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Working Anywhere, Anytime: Work Flexibility from a Management and an Occupational Health Perspective
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EAWOP Small Group Meeting

EAWOP Small Group Meeting

More than 100 Aging and Social Work Scholars Urge Congress to Pass National Paid Leave

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Press Release
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More than 100 Aging and Social Work Scholars Urge Congress to Pass National Paid Leave
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Boston College Center on Aging & Work, National Partnership for Women & Families
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Vicki Shabo, National Partnership for Women & Families

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. 

When Caregiving's Not About Children

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Blog
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When Caregiving's Not About Children
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Huffington Post
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Robin Hardman

Being an adult child with a parent to care for is nothing like being the parent of a child—as we tail-end Baby Boomers are finding out. Paying lip service to the different meanings of “family” will do little to address this fact.

Author Insights: Lotte Bailyn on Breaking the Mold

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Blog
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Author Insights: Lotte Bailyn on Breaking the Mold
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1 Million for Work Flexibility
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Emma Plumb

Lotte Bailyn is the T Wilson (1953) Professor of Management, Emerita at the MIT Sloan School of Management. Lotte’s research deals with the relation of organizational practice to employees’ personal lives, with a particular emphasis on gender equity in business organizations and academia. 

The Difference Between Work-Life Balance and Work-Life Integration

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The Difference Between Work-Life Balance and Work-Life Integration
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Talent Quarterly
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Monique Valcour

Five common myths get in the way of employer support for work-life integration. Making significant and sustained progress requires being willing to examine leaders’ mindsets, how teams work and communicate, and how employees manage time and stress.

Research Explainer: Family Focus Could Boost Employee Energy, Motivation

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Blog
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Research Explainer: Family Focus Could Boost Employee Energy, Motivation
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1 Million for Work Flexibility

New research shows that a desire to help one’s family may actually improve the motivation and energy levels of workers, helping them succeed even when their daily tasks are mundane or frustrating. And that could mean that companies that help their workers strengthen family bonds—by offering flexible work options, for example—will help both their employees and their bottom line.

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