With more and more jobs demanding time away from home, it’s not only fathers who are flying in and out of the nest.
Public debate about the difficulties and costs of managing work and family is still solely centred on women, writes Jane Gilmore.
For the second time Roslyn Campbell is using alternative finance to advance her business.
I recently asked my father if he took time off work after I was born. "Nope", he replied without missing a beat. He went to work the night I was born and taught his corporation law class at a local university.
The rise of peer-to-peer platforms such as Uber have given a new meaning to the term 'portfolio' worker.
The Coalition's paid parental leave changes make it seem like the government is made up of men.
I'm very lucky that I work for myself so I'm able to work hours that I dictate and have the flexibility to do the school runs. But whose responsibility is it to stay home to be the carer when both parents work full time out of the home? Does it always fall to one of them, or should it be a case of sharing the sick leave?
One company refused to give her an apprenticeship because they believed she would be too much of a distraction to the males.
'You trade the heels for your pyjamas and sit with a glass of wine'.
When it comes to happiness in the workplace, it turns out that what we really want is to be treated a bit like a toddler – we need to know the boundaries, but we'd also like a little extra room to move.
To all appearances, 30-year-old Brenton Walsh was a doting new dad, soon the extent of his suffering became brutally apparent.