- Lucie’s List rounds up a bunch of products that keep babies and kids warm in car seats, strollers, and baby carriers.
- DailyWorth shares the DW25, its list of the 25 best companies for women, determined by a point system that “factored in upward mobility and a culture of support for women and their families.”
- The Washington Post reviews a report that shows companies who offer generous maternity leave and flexible work arrangements may feel that they’re already doing enough for women and fail to adequately support them in other ways. Speaking of flexibility, Working Mother has some tips on proposing a telecommuting arrangement.
- An essay in The New York Times ponders the “mommy” role and how it dominates societal expectations of women who are mothers, while the NYT’s Motherlode blog has a response commenting on the lack of support for parents in general.
- Fortune talks about the much higher proportion of male executives who have support from a stay-at-home spouse as compared to their female counterparts at the office.
- Need a laugh before facing Thanksgiving travel this week? Here’s one from Off the (Meat)Hook.
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On Corporette Recently…
- Readers weighed in on whether over-the-knee boots are work-appropriate, and The Hunt rounded up knee-high, heeled boots.
- Kat talked about her first career change, from magazine editor to lawyer.
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