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Men Balancing Work and Family

What's it like balancing work and family? We want to hear your stories!

Hello. I am Jim Levine, Director of The Fatherhood Project at the Families and Work Institute in New York City. In collaboration with Todd Pittinsky, a colleague from Harvard Business School, I am completing a major study on making the workplace more "father friendly." We are trying to understand what helps you -- and what hinders you -- in succeeding at work while still being involved with your children, spouse or partner, and/or caring for an aging parent. Here's how you can participate.

PERSONAL STORIES: Tell us what challenges you have you encountered trying to succeed at work and at home. How has your employer helped or hindered?

COMPANY STORIES: Tell us about programs, policies, or informal arrangements at your company or at other companies. What works? What doesn't work? Why?

SUGGESTIONS: Tell us what changes need to be made -- in your workplace, home, or community -- for you to feel successful in your work and family life.

Please either take a few minutes to send us your thoughts, or let us know how we can contact you for a brief interview (e-mail or phone). All information will be stored confidentially. We will conduct more in-depth interviews with fathers who would like their stories told in a forthcoming book.

Feel free to send us any questions about the project. And please forward this message to others you think might be interested, or let us know if there's anybody else you think we should contact. Thanks! We look forward to hearing from you, and can be reached at: Dadsatwork@aol.com

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