The Working Mom Struggle on Balancing Family Life and Workplace Demands

The Working Mom Struggle on Balancing Family Life and Workplace Demands

Wired op-ed reveals how even cutting-edge internet giants don’t do much to facilitate motherhood in the workplace

Among developed countries, only the U.S. fails to mandate paid maternity leave. And at companies that do provide paid parental leave, even multi-billion tech giants like Facebook, the maximum seems to be four months. Wired magazine’s just-published opinion piece, “Why It’s So Hard to Be a Working Mom. Even at Facebook,” addresses the limits on paid maternity leave, and how women struggle to handle the balance of motherhood and workplace demands when even the most modern of companies don’t support a true mix of being a full-time worker and being a mom. [Read more…]