Happy 2017! Here’s What U.S. Employees Still Need

Happy New Year,  everyone! Back at Thanksgiving, I wrote a post about work-life-related progress in 2016. This week, like many of us, I’m thinking ahead. I’m not much of a believer in New Year’s resolutions, and, in any case, the kinds of things I’m thinking about aren’t in my (sole) power to bring about, so […]

6 Tips for a Better “Working Mother 100 Best” Essay

Aiming to get on next year’s Working Mother Best Companies list? The application, which also includes the opportunity to apply for “Top Companies for Women,” is now available, and the clock is ticking till the early March deadline. There’s a lot of data to gather, and those pesky holidays are coming, so it’s a wise […]

Bringing Flexibility
Back to Retirement:
An Interview with Paul Rupert

These days, “flex work” is often taken to mean one thing: the ability to work from home. So you may not be aware that when the concept of flexible work arrangements was first introduced, in the 1970s and 80s, it referred to a long menu of options, from flexing start and end times to job […]

Employees Have Made Progress This Year, and For That (At Least) I’m Grateful

It’s been a tough year for this country in many ways. A highly divisive election campaign, culminating in a highly divisive election;  sad tidings about the death of so many American icons, from Mohammad Ali to Prince;  a seemingly endless parade of news about shootings and other senseless violence. So I wondered what there might […]

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