Flexible working posts
Father’s Day shouldn’t be about socks and real ale. It needs to be about men having the opportunity to be the fathers that they want to be - present, involved and working flexibly where possible.
Poor Work Life Balance contributes to poor mental health. But the solutions are out there.
Learn why trying to separate work from life doesn’t help you.
Dads, your work life balance is important, but so too is an understanding of ‘mental load’ and what you can do about it!
In order to understand how much money you need to earn, you first need start to understand what values and meanings money holds for you.
The easiest thing to do is NOT talk about how you feel, to bottle it up. But that doesn’t help anyone.
There’s an important pattern springing up of normalising flexible working for everyone.
Find out how James Frith juggles his responsibilities as a father of 4, husband and MP representing Bury North.
Exhaustion and learning to priortise being present
What little steps could you make to improve your work life balance?
Dads want to spend more time with their children. It’s time to normalise flexible working for Men.
Shared Parental Leave has the potential to deliver superb benefits for Dads, Mums and Society. It’s time to get properly behind it.
The future has a habit of rushing up on you. It’s time to decide what you really want it to look like.
*You have a choice
*Don’t wait for rock bottom
*Identify what you want, be honest.
Women struggle with maternity leave, huge numbers of men want to be involved in raising their children and everyone’s mental health would benefit.
So why aren’t we talking more about Men’s flexible working?!
When Men use their power and voice to seek out and achieve flexible working they want, it normalises it for everyone, with profound benefits for everyone’s well being and the gender pay gap.