From the Diversity & Flexibility Alliance: "Consistent with its focus on bridging the gap between policy and practice, the Alliance embarked onthe Law Firm Flexibility Benchmarking Survey research initiative to uncover trends and bestpractices and to spark increased support among legal employers for
Dana Alvaré writes, "Prior research has established that, despite nearly equal graduation rates from law school andentry into the profession for the last thirty years, a substantial and enduring gender gap inthe legal profession remains. When compared to their male counterparts, female lawyersexperi
Rebecca Greenfield writes, "Remember the mad rush to offer employees weeks and weeks of paid leave for all new parents? Turns out that trend was limited to a certain sector of the American economy. Over the last decade, many companies have instead reduced their leave offerings.
Claire Cain Miller writes, "Most people say workers should get paid leave to take care of a baby, a sick family member or themselves, according to two new surveys. But they disagree on the details: who should pay, and whether it should be mandatory or optional. The idea of a federal paid leave pol
W. Brad Johnson and David G. Smith write, "We were blindsided and demoralized by news this month that a substantial group of male Marines had posted unauthorized and compromising pictures of female colleagues, ostensibly their sisters-in-arms, to a Facebook page where other men, including thousands