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Paul Ryan, Dads and Family

Scott Behson, PhD | Posted 10.30.2015 | Parents
Scott Behson, PhD

Incoming Speaker of the House Paul Ryan articulated several demands before he would accept the position. Among them was his insistence that his new duties do not interfere with his time for family. Here are one working dad's thoughts on this intriguing news.

Unleashing Human Potential and the Future of Work

Lenny Sanicola | Posted 10.27.2015 | Business
Lenny Sanicola

In Deloitte's 2014 Global Human Capital Trends survey report, it was noted that a huge gap existed between the urgency of the talent and leadership issues facing leaders, and their organizations' readiness to respond.

Mental Illness Affects Everyone

Lenny Sanicola | Posted 10.27.2015 | Business
Lenny Sanicola

Remember that good mental health strengthens and supports our ability to have healthy relationships, make good life choices, maintain physical health and well-being, handle the natural ups and downs of life, and discover and grow towards our full potential.

Is There Such a Thing as Financial Security?

Lenny Sanicola | Posted 10.27.2015 | Business
Lenny Sanicola

Credit card debt? Student loan debt? Cash flow problems? Budgeting issues? We all experience financial troubles; for some, it may be a short-term situation, while for others it can be a lifelong journey to get one's financial house in order.

3 CEOs, 2 Paths, 1 Goal for Working Fathers

Scott Behson, PhD | Posted 12.23.2014 | Business
Scott Behson, PhD

Recently, two male CEOs stepped down to be more involved dads. Most working dads have to muddle through with difficult trade-offs. What we really need are "CEO Dads" who stick around and create supportive workplaces for the rest of us.

A 'Balanced Diet' Approach to Work-Family Balance

Scott Behson, PhD | Posted 09.13.2014 | Parents
Scott Behson, PhD

A balanced diet means that we eat enough of different types of food without eating too much of certain categories. Similarly, a full life means that we tend to various parts of our lives (family, work, health, relationships, hobbies, exercise, etc.), all of which are important parts of a whole.

Why Compressed Work Weeks Can Be Great for Employees and Employers

Scott Behson, PhD | Posted 05.05.2014 | Business
Scott Behson, PhD

A compressed work week is a useful flexible work arrangement that can help free up valuable time for family and life demands while minimizing workplace disruptions.

In Debate, Romney Teases on Workplace Flexibility

Morra Aarons-Mele | Posted 12.17.2012 | Business
Morra Aarons-Mele

Cracking the glass ceiling isn't just about making sure women have opportunities to work and receive equal pay and fair treatment, it's about women and men taking on equal responsibilities in all areas of life.