Kara AlaimoAssociate Professor:Journalism
The pandemic has changed family life, and not necessarily for the worse. It’s also given mothers the chance to finally change the things that didn’t work in the Before Times.
Sincere messages of support, paired with well-placed donations and changes to corporate practices, can help companies get through the chaos unscathed.
We talk a lot about flexible schedules, especially in quarantine. But knowing what’s ahead can ease the parenting-while-working juggle.
Extras like gyms and free meals are great for keeping employees happier – and at work longer. Parents don’t have that luxury, and employers would do well to provide it.
Parents are increasingly demanding contracts that restrict when kids’ caregivers can be on their phone and what they can do online.
Companies have an opportunity to ease the hardship of the shutdown, and build goodwill from consumers.
Record-setting turnover like the departure of chief of staff John Kelly does not bode well for the Trump administration.
Women are running in record numbers in the 2018 U.S. midterm elections. Many could be set up to fail after they’re in office.