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Next Year's Father's Day Gift? How About Paternity Leave?

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Next Year's Father's Day Gift? How About Paternity Leave?
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Robin Hardman Communications blog
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Robin Hardman

Father’s Day may have come and gone, but the question of working fathers remains as intractable as ever. This once invisible group (“working father” was pretty much redundant 50 years ago) is now the stuff of cute commercials and rom-coms, but there remains a tremendous disconnect between what we say, as a society, and what we do.

When It Comes To Work-Life Balance, It’s Hard to Know What Dads Really Want

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When It Comes To Work-Life Balance, It’s Hard to Know What Dads Really Want
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Huffington Post by Lisa Levey
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Judi C Casey

As we celebrate Father's Day, it is my hope that millennial dads can find new ways to think about work-life integration so that they can minimize the gap between their aspirations for equality and the reality. 

Stop Blaming Dads For Not Doing Enough Childcare

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Op-ed (published opinion/editorial)
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Stop Blaming Dads For Not Doing Enough Childcare
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Fortune.com
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Jessica DeGroot - ThirdPath Institute

Jessica DeGroot writes in an opinion piece for Fortune.com. Discussing the recent Pew research, she argues we need to stop framing it as a "men versus women" problem, and instead examine the larger forces that mean too man

Why New Paternity Leave Policies Aren’t Enough

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Op-ed (published opinion/editorial)
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Why New Paternity Leave Policies Aren’t Enough
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Greater Good Science Center at Cal-Berkeley. Author Scott Behson
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Scott Behson, PhD

Why New Paternity Leave Policies Aren’t Enough

With the announecements from Netflix, Vigin Atlantic and others, is this the Golden Age of Paternity Leave? Not so fast. Here are tips for employees and managers to change their workplace cultures.

http://greatergood.berkeley.edu/article/item/why_new_paternity_leave_policies_arent_enough

What Do Men Get Out of Advancing Women?

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What Do Men Get Out of Advancing Women?
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Diversity Best Practices
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Judi C Casey

"I have worked with groups around identifying and shifting their frames of reference -- their contexts -- for more than 30 years. Here is the process for doing so:  1) Identify your current frame of reference (a belief you have that forms a conclusion) that isn't working for you such as "Women with small children won't take  jobs that require travel"; 2) Consciously choose a new contextual frame of reference (e.g. "Women can be trusted to make job decisions that work for their  families")."

How Some Men Fake an 80-Hour Workweek, and Why It Matters

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News Article
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How Some Men Fake an 80-Hour Workweek, and Why It Matters
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New York Times
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Judi C Casey

"...Except for one dirty little secret: Some of the people ostensibly turning in those 80- or 90-hour workweeks, particularly men, may just be faking it."

How Good Dads Can Change the World

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How Good Dads Can Change the World
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The Daily Beast
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Judi C Casey

As well as fighting for women's equality, we should be lobbying for men to be equal partners at home. The financial and cultural benefits would change our world.

Women at Work: A Guide for Men

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News Article
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Women at Work: A Guide for Men
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Wall Street Journal
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Judi C Casey

Even the most well-intentioned male managers can be clueless when dealing with women in the workplace

The Vanishing Male Worker: How America Fell Behind

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The Vanishing Male Worker: How America Fell Behind
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New York Times
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Judi C Casey

The resulting absence of millions of potential workers has serious consequences not just for the men and their families but for the nation as a whole. A smaller work force is likely to lead to a slower-growing economy, and will leave a smaller share of the population to cover the cost of government, even as a larger share seeks help.

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