When “Chief Everything Correspondent” Josh Levs keynoted Dad 2.014, he had just launched an EEOC complaint challenging Time Warner’s parental leave policy and announced his deal for All In, a compendium of several years of research into fatherhood. Six years later, he’s still putting facts first, writing and speaking and teaching companies how to make workplaces more family-friendly.
Moms and dads are working (and stressing out) equally, and we need to alleviate these pressures in part by acknowledging dads’ struggles and reforming the corporate structures that perpetuate them.
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- Josh at Dad 2.016, wearing our first-ever conference t-shirt