The U.S. pays hundreds of billions of dollars a year in direct and indirect costs for a broken system, a new report finds.
The senator and presidential hopeful introduced a bill to fund programs allowing kids to stay at schools until 6 p.m.
It's a huge issue for working parents and the candidates keep trying to bring it up.
There’s a war going on in every home. It may be silent, but it’s deadly. Both sides are completely validated in standing
Netflix -- to entertain the kids and give me peace of mind My husband and I enjoy watching shows together on Netflix, and
So how do you balance work commitments and family responsibilities successfully, especially during a work crisis? Most working parents' knee-jerk reaction to a work crisis is to take time away from their family and spend this time tending to the work crisis.
While there is much debate if working mothers can "have it all," single moms go out and "make it happen." There is no other option.
We posted Kate's photo and asked the working moms and dads of the HuffPost Parents Facebook community for pictures and musings
I work in an environment where bonuses and financial rewards for extra effort are customary and even expected. You never get paid a dime for your work, but are still expected to approach it with the same enthusiasm and diligence that a paid employee of a company would.
Experts agree that workplace flexibility is viable only when both the employer and employee mutually benefit from the program. So how do we know that what's good for the goose (employee) is also good for the gander (employer)?