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Colleen Flaherty Manchester and Phylls Moen on Egg Freezing

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Colleen Flaherty Manchester and Phylls Moen on Egg Freezing
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Minneapolis Star Tribune
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Jerry Jacobs

http://www.startribune.com/opinion/commentaries/280373112.html

Egg freezing? The idea sends a chill

Karma Won't Shrink the Gender Wage Gap

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Blog
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Karma Won't Shrink the Gender Wage Gap
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Fortune
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Boston College Center for Work & Family

BCCWF Executive-in-Residence Lauren Stiller Rikleen shares steps for shrinking the wage gap (relying on karma not included).

Business Majors: It's Time to Reassess

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Blog
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Business Majors: It's Time to Reassess
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Huffington Post
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Boston College Center for Work & Family

BCCWF Executive Director Brad Harrington considers what educational institutions can do to help business majors find engagement in their work and lead more fulfilling lives. 

No More Working Late: At The End Of Each Day, This Office Disappears

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News Article
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No More Working Late: At The End Of Each Day, This Office Disappears
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Fast Company

Work-life balance by design: At 6 p.m., the desks retract up to the ceiling, making room for creative community uses and keeping staff from working too late.

25 Ryan Offices Across the United States Recognized for Exemplary Workplace Practices

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Press Release
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25 Ryan Offices Across the United States Recognized for Exemplary Workplace Practices
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PR Newswire

Congratulations to WFRN 2014 Patron Conference Sponsor, Ryan!

DALLAS, Sept. 17, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Ryan, a leading global tax services firm with the largest indirect and property tax practices in North America, today announced that 25 of the Firm's locations across the United States won 2014 When Work Works awards recognizing exemplary workplace practices. This prestigious award distinguishes employers that successfully leverage workplace strategies to increase business and employee success.

The Lie Employers Tell Themselves (and You)

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Blog
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The Lie Employers Tell Themselves (and You)
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Robin Hardman Communications Blog

 Although the concept of work-life tension has become commonplace, many employers still operate mostly under the pretense that nobody has a life outside of work. Even in the bad old days it must have been blindingly obvious that this wasn’t true.

Top 25 Employers for Effective Work

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Top 25 Employers for Effective Work
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Families and Work Institute

The Families and Work Institute (FWI) and the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) announced the winners of the 2014 When Work Works Award, honoring employers who have created effective workplaces based on six components: autonomy; work-life fit; supervisor support for work success; satisfaction with earnings, benefits and opportunities for advancement; opportunities for learning; and a culture of trust.

Glassdoor’s Top 25 Companies for Culture & Values (2014)

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Press Release
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Glassdoor’s Top 25 Companies for Culture & Values (2014)
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Glassdoor

Company culture is one of the top five most important factors job seekers consider before accepting a new job, according to a Glassdoor survey. To help job seekers identify employers with the highest rated company cultures, Glassdoor has revealed its inaugural list of the Top 25 Companies for Culture & Values (2014). Some shared themes among the top 25 include having a supportive, team-oriented atmosphere, a family-like environment and genuinely standing behind company values.

How Corporate America Should Adapt To Millennials

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News Article
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How Corporate America Should Adapt To Millennials
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Fortune

Young workers, particularly women, have been raised to ask more questions and be more confident than past generations. Now it’s time for workplaces to change, too.

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