Family-Friendly Can Mean Politically Savvy Just in time for the Democratic National Convention, Working Mother Magazine and Corporate Voices for Working Families take a look at lawmakers who support family friendly employment practices — both in legislation and in their personal workplace. This week's Mocha Moms discuss the personal and political significance of family-friendly practices.
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Family-Friendly Can Mean Politically Savvy

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Family-Friendly Can Mean Politically Savvy

Family-Friendly Can Mean Politically Savvy

Family-Friendly Can Mean Politically Savvy

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Working Mother Magazine and Corporate Voices for Working Families are both taking note of lawmakers who support family-friendly employment practices — both in legislation and in personal practice for their own employees.

Just in time for the Democratic National Convention (DNC), this week's Mocha Moms — Jolene Ivey; Asra Nomani; and Carol Evans, founder of Working Mother Media — discusses the significance of family-friendly employment practices, and how lawmakers are being graded on their support of related policies.