Stigma in the workplace is preventing men from being more involved parents
By Helen Letchfield | 15 Jan 2020
We need to make it culturally acceptable for fathers to achieve the balance between work and family they need to stay happy and healthy. Helen Letchfield explains how.
Employers shouldn’t be afraid to hire women who might start a family
By Helen Letchfield | 10 Sept 2019
The ongoing reluctance of businesses to recruit women of childbearing age isn’t only outdated, it’s unnecessary, explains Helen Letchfield.
Employer branding – parent power
By Madiha Sajid | 4 Sept 2019
At a time when a third of employers are avoiding hiring women who they ‘fear’ might start a family soon, UCL is bucking the trend by making family-friendly policies and gender equality key components of its employer brand.
Gender pay gaps: three ways to eliminate barriers to progress
By Helen Letchfield | 3 Apr 2019
Progression, flexible working, and empowering women are all key areas to focus on if companies are to eliminate the gender pay gap, argues Helen Letchfield, co-founder of Parent and Professional.
Special report: Why are gender pay gaps increasing?
By Helen Letchfield | 2 Apr 2019
As the second round of gender pay gap reporting draws to a close, the news isn’t good. Find out why and how to tackle the underlying barriers driving pay disparity.
Case study: UCL tackles equality barriers facing working mothers
By Madiha Sajid, UCL | Mar 2019
Find out how UCL went about tackling the barriers to career progression that can affect women in particular once they become a parent or carer.
Press: Guide to parent-friendly, agile working practices
By Helen Letchfield | 31 Jan 2019
With few businesses immune from the need to adapt to changing marketing conditions, Parent &Professional talks to theHRDirector about how parent-friendly working practices can help.