Remember when Marissa Mayer put the kibosh on working remotely, and it played out as lady CEO vs. the moms? Yeah, well, it turns out it's more commonly men working from home/the Starbucks down the street/poolside.
The movie I Don't Know How She Does It, based on the bestselling novel by Allison Pearson, follows a woman dedicated to her work and devoted to her family. In the book, she is described as being a victim of "time famine" — "a woman who counts seconds like other women count calories." There's a meta feel to this…
A British MP is suggesting that kids need parenting classes, starting in elementary school. But teaching kids about real-life shit is harder than it sounds.
There is no "mommy track" for associates at the New York office of law firm K&L Gates. That's because they fired all the mommies.