Huffington Post: Forget About Leaning in–More Than 40 Percent of Women Are Hanging on by a Thread
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Huffington Post: Forget About Leaning in–More Than 40 Percent of Women Are Hanging on by a Thread

In a recent “Getting Real About Women at Work” survey, 1,000 American women were surveyed about work, career management, and well-being, revealing some startling results. 66 percent of women survey said they wanted a better career, with 60 percent of them wishing they had better opportunities. More than 70 percent of women admitted to not … Continue reading

How Early Is Too Early To Be Worried About Work-Life Balance?
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How Early Is Too Early To Be Worried About Work-Life Balance?

Working at CMC’s Berger Institute has given Director Tomoe Kanaya, PhD, and Program Coordinator Gabriela Grannis an insider’s view of young, talented and highly motivated undergraduates who increasingly express concerns regarding their current and future work-family balance. They’ve just written an article about this in the most recent issue of The California Psychologist (Summer 2014). … Continue reading

Chicago Tribune: Helping Parents is Good Business
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Chicago Tribune: Helping Parents is Good Business

As firms seek to attract and retain good talent, many are realizing that their ability to compete is based on work flexibility, wages, equitable pay, and mobility. However, this seems to be more true for small- and mid-sized companies; larger corporations place less emphasis on accommodating employees since their pool of available employees tends to … Continue reading