Working mothers


Interview

How the 'structure of motherhood' is breaking and employers are falling short

Reshma Saujani, founder of Girls Who Code and the Marshall Plan for Moms, on the importance paternity leave and how companies need to do more to support mothers returning to work.

How the 'structure of motherhood' is breaking and employers are falling short

Download - A Better Future for Working Parents: A playbook for leaders and organizations

A playbook with advice and actionable strategies for making workplaces work for working parents and other caregivers.

Download - A Better Future for Working Parents: A playbook for leaders and organizations

Exiting ‘scarcity mode,’ new diversity research, whither rush hour

Plus tips for commemorating Juneteenth, recruiting, and making connections with colleagues.

Exiting ‘scarcity mode,’ new diversity research,  whither rush hour

Interview

What we can learn from working parents that applies to the return to the workplace

Lauren Brody, author of The Fifth Trimester, sees parallels between the return after a parental leave and what so many workers are now on the cusp of.

What we can learn from working parents that applies to the return to the workplace

‘Cranky about Mother’s Day,’ new job perks, trusted professions

The fallout of this pandemic year for working mothers, and how best to support them as many organizations transition back to the workplace.

‘Cranky about Mother’s Day,’ new job perks, trusted professions

Interview

Why companies can best help working mothers by helping all caregivers

Brigid Schulte, director of the Better Life Lab at New America, on how myths about working mothers are garbage.

Why companies can best help working mothers by helping all caregivers

Interview

Why we're at an inflection point for working mothers

Katherine Goldstein, a journalist who created and hosts The Double Shift podcast, on the need for a radical overhaul in how we think about care work done by mothers.

Why we're at an inflection point for working mothers