"Working Fathers" is the first hands-on guide with a proven and effective game plan to help fathers as well as others, employees as well as managers, succeed in managing the competing demands of home and work. Based on extensive research conducted by "The Fatherhood Project" at the "Families and Work Institute" and on James Levine’s "DaddyStress/Daddy Success" seminar for corporations, this book shows how work and family are not separate spheres for men, how getting it right at the home actually contributes to productivity on the job, how father friendliness benefits working mothers, and how forward-looking companies are making their workplace father friendly for competitive advantage.
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It's about time corporate America and the workplace started taking fathers and fathering seriously. Men's work-family conflict is about far more than paternity leave. James Levine and Todd Pittinsky call it the "Invisible Dilemma" and, without permanently drawing focus from the problems of the working mother, seek to educate us about it. The book includes practical strategies for reducing "DaddyStress," "Creating the Father-Friendly Workplace," "Breaking the Culture Collusion," and "Connecting with Your Family." This book, based on a decade of research, should find a solid readership among managers and mothers, as well as fathers.About the Author:
Todd L. Pittinsky is a contributor for the following Houghton Mifflin Company Title: Working Fathers
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