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What About Working Fathers?
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This post in the Harvard Business Review blog by Lauren Stiller Rikleen compares the attention that's been given to working mothers to the lack of attention given to working fathers. She cites a study from the Boston College Center for Work and Family the Carroll School of Management that looks at how men are integrating work and family responsibilities in the 21st century. The conclusion for managers is that work-life is not gender specific. Some new fathers expressed concern about not spending time with their new child as they travel across the county on business. Read more

Posted on October 26, 2012 at 12:22 PM
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