- Firms broaden family policies. Evans, Jill // People Management;3/9/1995, Vol. 1 Issue 5, p15
Provides information about the Parents at Work which is previously known as the Working Mothers' Association. Percentage growth on corporate membership of Parents at Work; Features of the Parents at Work's tenth anniversary celebration at a luncheon in London; Family friendly policies included...
- Marketing Memo. Siegel Smith, Marilyn // Journal of Marketing;Jan1977, Vol. 41 Issue 1, p84
An excerpt from the speech "Professions and Parents" given by Marilyn Siegel Smith at the June 17, 1976 Commencement Ceremonies for Harvard Law School is presented.
- from the editor. Owens, Jennifer // Working Mother;Oct/Nov2014, Vol. 37 Issue 6, p8
An introduction to the journal is presented in which the editor discusses the article which offers tips for working parents to know what is happening to their children at school.
- BY THE NUMBERS. // Our Sunday Visitor;10/18/2015, Vol. 104 Issue 25, p3
No abstract available.
- Investing Early in Westchester's Children. // Westchester County Business Journal;3/21/2011 Child Care Council Supple, p6
The article reports that working parents whose income does not exceed 200% of the federal poverty level might qualify for the child care subsidy program administered by the Westchester County Department of Social Services to provide assistance to the pivotal stage of intellectual development of...
- TIPS. // Supply Management;Aug2015, Vol. 20 Issue 8, p7
The article offers tips on how working parent get to the office on time which include going to bed at a reasonable hour to wake early enough, never have the television on in the morning and teaching children to get dressed by themselves as a chance to save time.
- Study: Worried parents costing American businesses billions. Genn, Adina // Long Island Business News (7/1993 to 5/2009);12/8/2006, Vol. 53 Issue 58, p7A
The article reports on several ways adapted by employers in Long Island, New York to cut low productivity of working parents. Working parents who worry about their children's after-school activities cost employers billions of dollars. Some employers shifted to a work-at-home business model, and...
- How do kids really feel about being home... Gray, E.; Coolsen, P. // Children Today;Jul/Aug87, Vol. 15 Issue 4, p30
While latch-key children's fears and boredom can be reduced as a result of participation in a course on self-care safety & survival, only so much can be done to combat the bigger problem of loneliness.
- When teens take over the shopping cart. Blumenthal, D. // FDA Consumer;Mar1990, Vol. 24 Issue 2, p30
Reports that in 70 percent of homes where both parents work, or where there is only one parent, teenagers do most of the food shopping. How teens cope with this task and what effect it has on family nutrition.