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Is There Paternity Leave in Baseball?

Jenay Cassidy, is Editor of Labor Family News and directs organizational outreach for the Labor Project for Working Families.This blog was originally posted on The Huffinton Post - all rights reserved.

A few observations from the Conference on Community, Work and Family IV held in Tampere Finland

Stephen Sweet is an assistant professor of sociology at Ithaca College and was formerly the associate director of the Cornell Work and Family Careers Institute.

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The ‘Tiger Mother’ Discourse through Another Lens

Do you wish that you had never heard the term Tiger Mother? Do you, like me, resent the way social discourse pits mothers against each other in a race to become the new Wonder Woman?

Keeping Women in Science on a Tenure Track

Steven Greenhouse writes about labor and workplace issues for The New York Times. This blog was originally posted on The New York Times Economix Blog - all rights reserved.

The Dutch Have Daddy Days -- Why Not Us?

Rex Flexibility is a project of www.workplaceflexibility.org This post was originally posted on the The Huffington Post - all rights reserved.

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Despite Economic Woes, Sun Shines on California's Paid Family Leave Program

Two new reports released this month shine some positive light on California's Paid Family Leave (PFL) program. Despite some initial concerns that this policy would impose excessive demands on employers, especially small businesses, all ready burdened by a rough economic climate, research by Eileen Appelbaum and Ruth Milkman has shown just the opposite.

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