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Some of the articles of interest to working mothers that we’ve seen around the web recently…
- Fast Company offered four tips to guide leaders on how to better support working parents.
- The New York Times looked at how remote work could make it harder for working moms to get ahead.
- The Cut columnist Kathryn Jezer-Morton explained why she’s not a fan of the phrase “Raise good humans.”
- The Conversation provided results of a survey of parents regarding gentle parenting — and how tough it can be.
- The Wall Street Journal reported that the State Department has proposed new rules that would make hiring au pairs untenable.
- Axios shared new research that shows that spending quality time with a newborn can shape new fathers’ brains and have a lasting impact on their parenting instincts.
- NPR looked at the many efforts around the U.S. to change how decisions are made about which books libraries should have on shelves — and where to put them.
- Parents shared research that shows exercise is particularly valuable for not only treatment of postpartum depression but as a preventative measure as well.
- Your Laugh of the Week comes from McSweeney’s, with “Realistic Cold-Weather Options for Teens.”
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On Corporette Recently…
- We launched the Corporette reader survey!
- We shared three AI tools that can be useful at work.
- We rounded up tips for Giving Tuesday.
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