America’s Parental Leave Lag Highlights the Ugly Truth About Flexible Work

Originally published on Fatherly. The reality is that, though flexibility can allow for pick-ups, quiet moments and proximity,

What We Know About Parents Video Chatting With Kids (and What We Don’t)

Originally published by Fatherly. Can a meaningful father-son bonding moment occur over Skype? The answer is likely a

Building a City: Regulating the Sharing Economy in Amsterdam

Originally published by Medium. From dads with DIY projects to fashionistas seeking the latest trends, Amsterdam’s tenacious

World’s first floating wind farm

Originally published on Worldsteel. A revolutionary offshore renewable energy project reveals how innovation depends on reliable materials With

Is America Finally Getting Comfortable With Vacation Time?

Originally published on Fatherly. Employees are often reflexively adopt a defensive crouch even though there’s no need

The Connected Farm

Originally published by ContentLive. Highlights A quarter of rural properties in Britain are still stuck with substandard internet

Paternity Leave Costs Companies Less Than You’d Think

Originally published on Fatherly. When it comes to parental leave, the U.S. lags behind the rest of

The Case for Basic Income for Parents

Originally published by Fatherly. As automation accelerates, the wealth gap between those who own robots and those replaced

Taking the pain out of expense claims

Originally published on AAT. Companies that provide staff with expense accounts know they could potentially be opening themselves

Britain’s financial services sector could lose up to 30,000 jobs

Originally published by AAT The writer Samuel Johnson famously coined the phrase “when a man is tired of
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