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All In: How Our Work-First Culture Fails Dads, Families, and Businesses--And How We Can Fix It Together

Author: Levs, Josh

Publisher: Harper Collins

Format:Hardcover
List Price:$25.99
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All In: How Our Work-First Culture Fails Dads, Families, and Businesses--And How We Can Fix It Together : When journalist Josh Levs was denied fair parental leave by his employer after his child was born, he fought back - and won. Since then, he's become an advocate for modern families and working fathers. In All In, he explores the changing face of fatherhood and what it means for our individual lives, families, workplaces, and society.

Fatherhood today is far different from previous generations. Stay-at-home dads are increasingly common, and growing numbers of men are working part-time or flextime schedules to spend more time with their children. Even the traditional breadwinner-dad is being transformed. Dads today are more emotionally and physically involved on the home front. They are "all in" and - like mothers - they are struggling with work-life balance and doing it all.

Journalist and "dad columnist" Josh Levs explains that despite these unprecedented changes, our laws, corporate policies, and gender-based expectations in the workplace remain rigid. They are preventing both women and men from living out the equality we believe in - and hurting businesses in the process. Women have done a great job of speaking out about this, Levs - whose fight for parental leave made front page news across the country - argues. It's now time for men to join in.

Combining Levs' personal experiences with investigative reporting and frank conversations with fathers about everything from work life to money to sex, All In busts popular myths, lays out facts, uncovers the forces holding all of us back, and shows how we can all join together to change them.


Category   Subject
Business & Economics   General
Family & Relationships   Parenting
Social Science   Sociology

ISBN 13:9780062349613
ISBN 10:0062349619
Format:Hardcover
Language:English
Pages:261
Size:9.32" l x 6.35" w x 1.00" h
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