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by Emily Kaiser / March 17, 2015

A recent article from a female CEO apologizing for the way she behaved toward her female coworkers with children has brought the spotlight back on to how workplaces deal with family-office balances.

In her piece for Fortune, PowerToFly President Katharine Zaleski wrote:

For mothers in the workplace, it’s death by a thousand cuts – and sometimes it’s other women holding the knives. I didn’t realize this – or how horrible I’d been – until five years later, when I gave birth to a daughter of my own

Zaleski joined MPR News’ Kerri Miller along with Anne Weisberg, senior vice president of the Families and Work Institute, to discuss what still needs to change and what industries are leading the way.
Click here to read the full article or listen to the full interview.

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