Mark Zuckerberg doesn’t seem like your garden-variety Millennial. But according to a new study, in at least one way, he’s positively average.
Any time the subject of working mothers comes up, there’s a subtle yet unmistakable undertone of what might be called “accommodation.” It’s as if a woman’s “real” job is to be home with the children; as if she’s being “allowed” to work…as a gift. It’s time to upend that mentality once and for all.
The art of being responsive requires actively and continually evaluating existing benefits to make sure they continue to meet employees’ needs.
Before we write today’s youngest employees off for their shortcomings, let’s consider what we should be learning from our Millennial colleagues.
Earlier this year, the CDC reported that women are delaying parenthood into their 30s. Now we have the companion data showing men are waiting longer as well.
How can we engage employees and encourage them to drive their careers in a way that’s impactful for them and our organizations? Here are six steps.
We’re positively delighted to give a big shout-out to our client Salesforce on the announcement of their new addition, the brand new child care center, “Little Ohana.”
Our gratitude goes out to all the members of our Bright Horizons and client families who have lent their efforts to the Houston recovery. It’s our honor to care for our client families so they can care for their patients, their organizations, and their city.
When employees show promise, you probably label them as high-potential. But there’s a surprising side effect to the label: it can weigh people down or even push them out the door.
Our August roundup of HR news focuses on employee recognition, caregiving benefits, mandatory vacation time, and more.