Working Parents: Quick Take
How do family composition and paid leave for parents compare around the world?
Survey Finds Many Working Parents Fear Job Loss or Being Penalized During Covid-19
According to a Catalyst-CNBC survey, working parents fear being a parent is a strike against them in the workplace. Read…
8 Most Popular Blog Posts of 2019
Catch up over the holidays with our recommendations for podcasts on inclusive leadership, books about women leaders, and more. Read…
Catalyst CEO Interviewed by AP About Paid Parental Leave
President & CEO Lorraine Hariton's take on a proposed federal policy that would extend paid parental leave for federal employees.…
10 Reasons Every Company Should Offer Paid Paternity Leave (And Every Father Should Take It)
Not only do men want the option, but workplaces and organizations can benefit from giving it.
Benefits of Paternity Leave: Being There
They say as a parent, you never stop worrying.
Preparing for Labor Day: “Maternity Leave” Is Also for Dads
Let’s End the Stigma
Let’s Awaken Businesses to the Benefits of Paternity Leave
Paternity leave can go a long way toward building the kinds of businesses that attract and retain workers. It also…
The Case For Extended Paternity Leave In The Netherlands
The Netherlands is a country crying out for a different way of doing things—one that departs from the traditional zuilen…
Childcare: What’s Trending? Understanding What Works For Different Organizations
nding affordable and reliable childcare has been a challenge that working women around the world face when their maternity leave…
Case Study: The Chubb Corporation – The Working Parents Network: Embracing Diversity Across the Caretaking Spectrum
Learn about Chubb's work-life effectiveness through its ERG for parents.
McCarthy Tétrault LLP – Increasing Retention of Women Lawyers: The Parental Leave Program
Since 2004, McCarthy Tétrault’s senior leadership has identified gender diversity as one of the firm’s highest priorities. To help its…
Report: After-School Worries: Tough on Parents, Bad for Business
PCAST is an equal-opportunity concern, cutting across gender, race, and rank, from factory floor to executive suite.