Scott Douglas Jacobsen and friend, a colleague, and guest, Angelos Sofocleous, discuss Sofocleous’s background and upbringing and professional life.
Traditional 9 to 5 jobs will no longer satisfy most employees.
Attorney Mike Boulette was surprised with six full weeks of paid paternity leave at his new law firm. He was even more surprised when told to take it. All of it.
Matthew Rozsa explains why it’s so important to go on completely non-productive vacations.
Jessica Shortall knows that pumping breast milk at work is on the rise, and she’s here to help you support your colleagues.
What does Jay-Z offer Beyoncé that men can offer the women they hope to marry?
D. T. Brown didn’t quit owning things. He quit materialism.
Marissa Mayer announced a progressive paternity leave policy at Yahoo! Especially considering recent Yahoo! decisions, these policies represent an important step forward for working dads everywhere.
Major League Baseball implements a paternity leave policy for players … of only 72 hours. A good start? Or the price of playing pro ball?
Scott Behson takes his own advice for two-career families.
Telework expert Scott Behson offers his analysis of the data on telecommuting, employee productivity, and creative office culture.
Are men more vulnerable to burn out and career dissatisfaction without a biological imperative to slow down and reassess?
Is there a multivitamin for family health?
One father finds work-life balance on the teacups ride at Disney. How do you find perspective?
A study of working dads suggests fatherhood conveys direct benefits to employers.
Housework—as it is defined by those who keep the statistics—does not include many chores traditionally handled by men.