Samantha Power opens up about her constant struggle to balance ‘diapers and diplomacy’ with her two young kids and United Nations job
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Samantha Power opens up about her constant struggle to balance ‘diapers and diplomacy’ with her two young kids and United Nations job

On October 3rd, U.S. Ambassador to the UN Samantha Power was featured on ABC’s Today show. She discussed her personal struggle with work-life balance and gave interviewer Savannah Guthrie a glimpse into her home life, showing Guthrie around her New York apartment, feeding her one-year-old daughter Rian, and playing baseball with her son Declan. The … Continue reading

NY Times: To Combat Elder Abuse, Doormen Are Enlisted to Keep a Watchful Eye
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NY Times: To Combat Elder Abuse, Doormen Are Enlisted to Keep a Watchful Eye

According to The New York Times, doormen and other apartment building staff in New York City are being trained to spot and intervene in potential instances of elder abuse. The training aims to educate building staff about elder abuse and motivate them to take action in suspicious situations: Mr. Marlow and his co-workers at Gracie … Continue reading

Working Mother: 100 Best Companies 2013
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Working Mother: 100 Best Companies 2013

Working Mother has released its annual list of 100 companies that make work-life balance a priority by implementing family-friendly policies: The 2013 Working Mother 100 Best Companies make schedule flexibility a bedrock benefit. They know that working parents will get the job done—whether 9-to-5 or late at night, down the hall from the boss or … Continue reading

Forbes.com: Baby Bust: Millennials’ View Of Family, Work, Friendship And Doing Well
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Forbes.com: Baby Bust: Millennials’ View Of Family, Work, Friendship And Doing Well

On October 5th, Forbes.com published an article on the Millennial generation’s perspective on different aspects of work/life. Contributor Kare Anderson cites a research study by the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania that found that half the number of men and women from the 2012 class plan to have kids compared to those in … Continue reading