Articles about Parents @ Work
Survey: Highly educated dads get the most time with their children
Six in 10 fathers still say they spend too little time with their children, but highly educated dads with advanced degrees seem to be better off and spend the most time with their children.
Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg will take long paternity leave, and that’s a good thing
On Monday, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg announced on his personal Facebook that he and his wife Priscilla Chan had welcomed a new baby girl, August.
This airline was forced to end pregnancy tests for employees
Airlines have struggled with gender discrimination.
How Dad’s best advice led 15 women in business to succeed
"Do it now. If not now, when?"
Dad sues J.P Morgan for equal paternity leave, seeking respect for dads as caregivers
"Just because I’m a father, not a mother, it shouldn’t prevent me from being the primary caregiver for my baby."
These are the best states to live in if you’re a working dad
Fatherhood is just easier in some places.
Australian lawmaker breastfeeds her baby in Parliament for the first time
A breastfeeding politician in Australia shows how far the U.S. still has to go in welcoming working mothers.
If you’re a working mom, move to Vermont, study says
Working mothers have it easier in some states.
Netflix, Adobe, Etsy lead list of best companies for working dads
Generous paternity leave, flexible schedules, and everything a family man could ever need.
The 10 best products for new working parents
The best products for getting some sleep, saving time, or going hands-free.
The 4 best lessons for adults from Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work Day
This week's office invasion by kids shows how we can work better.
Serena Williams says winning a Grand Slam while pregnant wasn’t ‘easy’
Serena Williams won a tennis championship while pregnant, which shows how hard women can drive themselves at work.
Should you bring your baby to work?
Bringing a baby to work could teach companies the implications of good family leave policies.
Childcare comes to one coworking space, so why not everywhere?
People work and have children. Why haven't more companies combined the two?