working moms

4. Utah's Shrinking Workweek

She Reports Utah’s Shrinking Workweek Will a four-day workweek be a boon or burden for working moms? -Suzanne Robitaille This summer, Utah will become what experts say is the first state to institute a mandatory four-day workweek for most state employees, joining local governments across the nation that are altering schedules to save money, energy […] Continue reading

5. The Male 'Stigma' of Flextime

Just the Facts, Betty The Male ‘Stigma’ of Flextime Why men need to accept their time off -Suzanne Robitaille The good news: Younger, educated women are helping to foster flexible workplaces. The bad news: Younger, educated men aren’t following in their footsteps. Change begins at the top, and companies with more women in top positions […] Continue reading

6. Redefining the Mommy Track

Redefining the Mommy Track Some corporations offer flexible mommy benefits By: Shirley Henderson Working mothers reposition themselves to maintain their professional clout and business edge Lisa Morrison-Butler, a mother of two, has a clear memory of being a player in the corporate world for 20 years. While working as a marketing executive at Ameritech, she […] Continue reading