The recent article, “How Managers Can Be Fair About Flexibility for Parents and Non-Parents Alike,” by Joan C. Williams and Marina Multhaup takes on two topics more commonly written about separately: how parents and non-parents face bias at work. Continue reading “Making Workplace Flexibility Policies Fair For All”
Interesting information is being gathered about the millennial generation. The latest has to do with their reading habits. Check it out. Continue reading “From Books to Babies: What We’re Learning about Millennials”
I am lucky- I love my work. In addition to writing nonfiction books, I help organizations and individuals achieve their professional communications goals. This takes the form of everything from editing eBooks, business plans, to writing and editing website content, e-articles, presentations, marketing materials, media materials, training and educational materials, and more.
I have just been on the road for several days on a project, and had two things happened that I also love…this is on a whole other level of communication. Continue reading “Wondrous Ways the World Connects People”
As I discuss in The Baby Matrix, since the year 2000 more research has been conducted on those with no children than ever before. Studies have been conducted in many countries in a variety of areas. One area in which there has been a good deal of research involves one’s the elder years. Here are some interesting research highlights: Continue reading “Having No Children in Later Years: Highlights of Recent Research”
The Time article on “The Childfree Life” has generated a lot of digital buzz. Some of it has brought back discussion on the myth that those who have no children by choice are selfish, self-absorbed, and narcissistic.
Would the authors of the nonfiction book The Narcissism Epidemic agree? Not likely… Continue reading “Childfree=Narcissist? Authors of The Narcissism Epidemic Would Likely Disagree”