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  • Multicultural professionals
    Our Working Mother Research Institute survey of 1,700 multicultural women finds that fewer than half are satisfied with their ability to move up in their current job. Click to download our full report.
  • All persons have different nutritional needs depending on their ages and it is often difficult for a parent to accommodate everyone’s specific diet. But generally…
  • Mom Moving
    With a lot of pre-planning and a dash of luck, any working mother can successfully overcome the challenges of a move, and be ready to start a new life once the whole…
  • The Working Mother staff tracks the latest advances in parental leave at America's top companies.

    New maternity leave, paternity leave and adoption leave policies help companies compete for top talent.
  • Marketing vs. Neuroscience
    For years marketing was considered to be a form of art (or at least something adjacent to art). More than ever marketing efforts are being treated as science.
  • Breast Cancer Awareness Month

    Stories that Inspire

    BREAST CANCER AWARENESS MONTH: Stories that Inspire (WWW.BCRF.ORG) The mission of the Breast Cancer Research Foundation is to prevent and cure breast cancer by advancing…
  • When workers tell their employers about a disability they free up valuable emotional real estate, says Carol Glazer, president of the National Organization on Disability.

    When workers tell their employers about a disability they free up valuable emotional real estate, says Carol Glazer, president of the National Organization on…
  • Flex report square

    For working mothers, flexibility makes the world go round. It’s that extra strrrrrrretch that allows us to deliver: for a manager, a child or a partner. Working moms don’t just value choices in how to manage our time—we rely on them.

    In honor of #NationalFlexDay, Working Mother examines how we put workplace flex to work.
  • How Men Flex

    Our new survey finds that men flex their hours, work from home and even go part-time to keep their jobs and home lives running smoothly.

    Flex isn’t just for moms, as our new survey shows. Men not only have flex, they also say it boosts their well-being, job satisfaction and company loyalty. Sound