Posted Tuesday, September 4, 2012
Anne-Marie Slaughter, the first female director of policy planning for the U.S. State Department, recently chronicled her experience balancing work and family in "The Atlantic." Her case may be an extreme example but it’s something women from all walks of life can relate to. How and can women strike the right balance between work and family? Is our culture designed to help women transition back into the workplace after taking months or years off to raise children? How have things evolved for women over the years? Plus, how do employers feel about accommodating women and families? Join host Mike McIntyre Tuesday at 9 on 90.3.
Ann Klotz, Headmistress, Laurel School
Sue Hinze, Sociologist, Case Western Reserve University
Maria Goldsholl, Mom Corps COO
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