Written by Sophia Russell, this article first appeared on Women’s Agenda. When Roslyn went back to work nine months after the birth of her daughter, she braced herself for an onslaught of emotions: guilt, exhaustion, excitement tinged with anxiety. What she wasn’t prepared for, though, was the solidarity she felt with her husband, Evan. While […]

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New episodes of the Equilibrium Man Challenge reveal the personal and professional benefits of flexible work and can inspire others to rethink their arrangements as they start the 2016 working year. The third episodes of the ground-breaking micro-documentary series show the different ways participants have put boundaries around their working hours to find more time […]

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Simon has had a busy year, especially with a lot of family concerns. His new flexible work arrangements, now in place for several months, are helping a lot. Simon works a half day from home on a Tuesday and uses other time on that day to attend to his immediate family and parents.

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Adrian’s relationship with his dad, Gary, struck a chord in our micro-documentary series so we decided to explore how fatherhood and work has changed between generations. In this Insights discussion we have Adrian and his dad together with mutual colleague, Glenn House, who together span three generations of fathers in the construction industry. They are […]

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Things have been heating up for Tom. He has been promoted, but has had a bit of a setback with his sporting ambitions. However, his new flexible work arrangements are now proving vital to success in both endeavours.

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Reid has had a formal flexible work arrangement in place for eight months now. He works a nine day fortnight with each week compressed into four days, giving him Friday off. This relative small change has had profound implications for his personal and family interests and has changed the way he and his team work.

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This two part discussions, hosted by Dr Graeme Russell, brings two of our ‘e-men’ together with some experts to discuss how flexible work features in the attraction and retention of talent. Both parts are available under the ‘experts’ tab.

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This is the second of a two-part discussion, hosted by Dr Graeme Russell, that brings some of our ‘e-men’ together with experts to discuss their experience and related issues.

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This is the first of a two part discussion, hosted by Dr Graeme Russell, that brings some of our ‘e-men’ from the documentary series together with experts to explore issues arising from their experience.

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By Julie Nugent – The following blog post first appeared on Catalyst’s Men Advocating Real Change, onthemarc.org How many of you have heard, “Oh is dad babysitting the kids today?” Or, “Isn’t it sweet that dad is spending time with the baby today at the park?” How many of you have seen dads get special […]

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