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Fathers: Please Step Up and Take Quality Daddy Time

Thursday, June 18, 2015

Women are still taking much more time off work than men to care for their children. Economically and culturally, the status quo incentivizes that. But this can change with paid parental leave and paid sick days policies. Innovations such as nontransferable time off available just to fathers may especially help.

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