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Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg is taking two months of paternity leave

Facebook Inc founder Mark Zuckerberg said on Friday he would be taking two months of paternity leave after the birth of his second daughter.

Zuckerberg said he would be taking advantage of Facebook’s option to take leaves in parts. 76 more words

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How to be present in both places as a new working parent

As new working parents, a major challenge is getting the most out of the time we have both at work and at home, not letting our minds (and smart phones) wander to wherever our body isn’t. 942 more words

MAKING A CAREER: Reproducing Gender within a Predominately Female Profession

By LaTonya J. Trotter

Stephanie had always planned to be a physician. She never wavered as she marched through the premed curriculum at college. But in the years after graduation, she began to have doubts. 976 more words


6 ways being a parent is making you a better professional

As a new parent heading back to work, learning to balance commitments in the office and at home, it can be easy to feel like you are underperforming in both places. 1,422 more words

How Companies Can Make Their Workers Happier

It seems like a straightforward proposition: Treat your employees well and they’ll work hard for your company, which will lead to superior financial results.

Straightforward, perhaps. 226 more words


Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand: Trump’s Paid Leave Policy Is ‘Woefully Inadequate'

What does Senator U.S. Senator Kirsten Gillibrand—an outspoken proponent of a creating national paid family leave policy—think about President Trump’s paid leave proposal?

“I’m grateful that President Trump is willing to talk about paid leave but his policy unfortunately is woefully inadequate,” the New York Democrat tells… 294 more words


An Ill Baby Means No Work For Mama

I’ve had a poorly baby lately. He is on the mend now luckily.

It all started last Tuesday. He was fine, in his play pen just playing and munching on a carrot crisp waiting for his lunch then I put him in his high chair and he refused all foods! 626 more words