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When journalist and fatherhood columnist, Josh Levs, was denied fair parental leave by his employer after his child was born, he fought back—and corporate America
Several years ago when I was working at Shell, I was in our London office. The CEO at the time, was riding up in an elevator full of employees. I had no idea Jeroen van der Veer was our chairman and CEO.
As companies shift their workforces online to help prevent the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19) and school closures mount, many of us are learning how to
It’s 1995. My son is less than 12 months old, has already been hospitalized countless times for pneumonia and, now, infected by Clostridium, a bacterium that is life-threatening for an infant. No medicine is helping him, and the medical staff is preparing me for the loss of a life unless a solution is found.
If your organization doesn’t have a returnship program, it’s missing out. While “returnship” is a trademarked term, and has been since 2008 when Goldman Sachs
This pandemic will not get the best of us. Moms everywhere are making sure of that. But one thing is clear – we are in
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Engineer or Mommy? Call me Mommygineer Change does not come easily for me. Yet, after 16 years in a full-time job as an engineer in