Human Resources

4 Simple Ways to Ask for and Take Paternity Leave

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News Article
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4 Simple Ways to Ask for and Take Paternity Leave
Source: 
Mashable.com

"instead of hiding family needs or worrying about being seen as insufficiently committed to work, expectant fathers should find a pro-active way to advocate for themselves and their families.

That might sound overwhelming, but there are four simple steps to help you develop a paternity leave plan"

How Tech Companies Can Avoid the Parental Leave Paradox

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Blog
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How Tech Companies Can Avoid the Parental Leave Paradox
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Medium

What can be done to avoid the unintended negative consequences of parental leave policies?

Ten Tips for Getting on the Working Mother "Best Company" List

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Blog
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Ten Tips for Getting on the Working Mother "Best Company" List
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Robin Hardman Communications Blog

The application for Working Mother’s annual “100 Best Companies” list is out—if your company wants to try for this list, you have until mid-March to answer the 500 questions, write your essay, and get your entry in. It’s a lot of work, but it’s for a big reward.  Here are some tips for getting on the list.

Job Loyalty Still Exists: To Retain Millennials Focus on Growth Opportunities, Work-life Balance and Supportive Bosses

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Press Release
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Job Loyalty Still Exists: To Retain Millennials Focus on Growth Opportunities, Work-life Balance and Supportive Bosses
Source: 
PR Web
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Boston College Center for Work & Family

Boston College Center for Work & Family has released a new report - How Millennials Navigate Their Careers: Young Adult Views on Work, Life and Success. This press release shares the highlights of the findings of a survey of 1,100 Millennials at 5 large coompanies.

Good Guys Win. Really.

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Blog
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Good Guys Win. Really.
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LinkedIn

Line Managers' Rationales for Professionals' Reduced-Load Work in Embracing and Ambivalent Organizations

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Book
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Line Managers' Rationales for Professionals' Reduced-Load Work in Embracing and Ambivalent Organizations
Source: 
Human Resources Management 2015
Name/Organization of Person Posting (optional): 
Ellen Kossek

Call for Papers: Special Issue of Human Resource Management Review

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Call for Papers
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Call for Papers: Special Issue of Human Resource Management Review
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Concordia University

Call for Papers: Special Issue of Human Resource Management Review

Why You Need to Forget Everything You Know About Work/Life Balance

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Blog
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Why You Need to Forget Everything You Know About Work/Life Balance
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Oracle

Women with MS: What's Working Today

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Report
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Women with MS: What's Working Today
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Working Mother Research Institute
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Jennifer Owens, WMRI

For our new Working Mother Research Institute survey, we worked with the National MS Society to ask 1,248 women with multiple sclerosis to share how the disease affects their work and personal lives. 

Caring Is Everybody’s Business! 6th International Carers Conference on Care and Caring: Future Proofing the New Demographics, 3-6 Sept 2015 in Gothenburg, Sweden

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Conference
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Caring Is Everybody’s Business! 6th International Carers Conference on Care and Caring: Future Proofing the New Demographics, 3-6 Sept 2015 in Gothenburg, Sweden
Source: 
Carers Sweden, CarersUK and The Swedish Family Care Competence Centre
Name/Organization of Person Posting (optional): 
Jana Javornik/University of Leeds

How we manage care and caring in the face of demographic change increasingly domi­nates social policy, research and practice.

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