Thursday, June 14, 2007

Good for Xerox

I tend to be wary whenever I hear big companies brag about how family-friendly they are -- I've found that family-friendly policies don't aways track with family-friendly actions in practice. So I submit to you with some reservations this document from Xerox, which gives real-world examples of how the company's policies are helping fathers.

For all I know, this is a genuine representation of how Xerox views dads. Or it could just be lip service. But I think the issue of workplace flexibility *for men* has been under the radar screen for so long that even lip service is a step in the right direction.


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