January 5, 2014

German Dads Demand Family Time

Amann & Salden, Der Spiegel

The Associated Press

Family friendly policies in German business have been targeted at women in the past, but the tables are turning. Men are demanding more flexible working conditions in order to balance work and family burdens, forcing big changes in corporate culture.

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