Why do people assume new parents will make bad employees? Why are colleagues so wary? Why, if managers believe that working parents are among the best performers, are parents simultaneously feeling downgraded as second rate? The answer, it may turn out, is that employees without children aren’t feeling supported either.
When employees use their own resources to try and maintain work/life balance, they often become unable to focus and do their jobs well. Read and learn one employer’s story.
It’s generally accepted that healthy employees cost employers less. So should you make it your mission to try to improve your employees’ health? There’s a lot of evidence that says…no.
Millennial fathers have a different outlook from dads of the past. They’re prioritizing family equally with careers and looking for workplaces that do too.
“What will the boss say?” That’s a top question on employees’ minds when they’re planning for a family. And about 70% say it’s actually affected the timing of that first little bundle.It’s just one of the surprising findings from a recently released survey of new and expectant working parents: employers play an unexpectedly prominent role in family planning.
Millennials are asking questions, getting rid of that tired old phrase, “but it’s always been that way,” and putting cultural progress in the same basket as technological.
There are a lot of good reasons to provide child care as a benefit. We’ve listed just five.
What happens when a working dad’s day is, shall we say, punctuated by a little surprise? Watch the video. We’ll let you decided how much fun he’s having.
Millennials aren’t all the same – especially in the workplace. Learn about four common Millennial stereotypes that aren’t representative of the generation.
For working parents, as back-to-school nears, flexibility at work is essential. Learn how to help your employees keep up with their many responsibilities.