A year of home working and school closures has transformed fatherhood. Read our HR Magazine column to find out why now is the time to support working dads and make it socially acceptable for them to remain more involved parents.
With working mothers now 47% more likely than fathers to have permanently lost their job or quit, employers must address inequality at home if women are not to come out of this crisis at a disadvantage.
Issues ranging from men’s mental health to poor productivity are making family-friendly policies a priority. There are five key trends driving the need for family-friendly workplaces over the coming year.
Progression, flexible working, and empowering women are all key areas to focus on if companies are to eliminate the gender pay gap, argues Helen Letchfield, co-founder of Parent and Professional.
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