For members of the media looking to learn more the about the intersection between work and home life including: PUMP and PWFA Acts, back-to-work transition for new parents, The Panini Generation, Recruitment, Retention, PPD and related mental health, retention issues including questions of child and adult care as well as shifting variables related to flextime, the economy and emerging challenges – the It’s Working Project can serve as a resource. We can connect you with Julia Beck, our experts or with parents willing to share their stories, insights and trend ID in detail.
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THE WASHINGTON POST, “How some companies are helping new moms transition back to work, gently”
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THE WASHINGTON POST, “How to Tell Your Boss You’re Pregnant”
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NEW AMERICA’S BETTER LIFE LAB, “Stories That Matter: The Portrait Project”
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