Families and Work Institute is pleased to be a partner in creating the State of America’s Fathers where we release a preview of findings from the 2016 National Study of the Changing Workforce.
Leading researchers partner to take a critical look at what fatherhood means for American families in 2016
Fathers in the United States are more involved than ever before, but gender equality, child development, and the wealth of the nation rely on advancing this movement, finds the first ever “State of America’s Fathers” report
There is a tale of two fatherhoods in the United States. High-income dads are championed for playing active roles in their children’s lives and they’re getting headlines, while low-income dads, many nonresident, are often either valued or stigmatized simply by
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Workflex and Managers Guide: Setting You and Your Team Up for Success
This very latest When Work Works report is the go-to-guide for managers, offering tips and practical advice about managing performance and flexibility. It includes quotes from managers who participated in the 2015-2016 When Work Works Award cycle who are using flexibility to enhance outcomes for themselves, their staff and their organizations. Click here to download the Guide.
FWI extends our condolences to the family of J. Randall MacDonald. A colleague and friend, Randy’s visionary leadership and extraordinary contributions to the practice of HR and to the work life movement impacted countless numbers throughout his career. He received FWI’s Work Life Leadership Award in 2005.
New Beginnings for Families and Work Institute! “From a place of strength, we are taking the bold move to divide the organization into two parts: our workforce/workplace work and children’s work, including Mind in the Making.” Click here to read Ellen Galinsky’s full post.
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