Research out of Ball State University finds that fathers who take time off when their children are born are more likely to stay involved in parenting and equitably divide household chores for the long term. Paternity leave not only benefits the relationships between fathers and their children, but also the relationship between parents for years… Read More »
Harassed After Taking Time Off From Work?
Sometimes employees must take time off from work to attend to personal matters. This could include a medical issue or another situation relating to you, a close family member or child. When the time comes for you to ask your employer for leave, you might worry that your employer will resent your need to take… Read More »
Fathers Filing Gender Discrimination Complaints on the Rise
The mainstay of litigation involving women in the 1980’s and 90’s often revolved around employment discrimination linked to the perception of women being a caregiver first, a committed employee second. For decades, women who believed their employers had punished them with lower wages and missed promotions after they had become mothers have been filing gender… Read More »