Several changes have taken place over the last year and a half. One of them was an acceleration in the drive from active fathers to be recognised and supported by their employers
While the media rightly worried about the gendered impact of the pandemic and its various lockdowns, many men stepped up much more visibly into active parenting roles, demanding flexible working and gender-neutral parental leave from their employers.
Hot on the heels of International Mens Day, hear from two professional working fathers describing their own personal and professional journeys. We hear from Chris Bryant, Partner at law firm BCLP who was named to the named to the 2019 Timewise Power 50 as well Oliver Black Work+Family Commercial Director who will discuss balancing family life with client relationships as a provider of work+family solutions to around 400 leading UK employers, and 1,300 globally. We'll discuss what's changed personally and professionally across the last year and what actions employers must take now to enhance the employee experience for working families of all genders and structures.
Learn what leading employers are doing from policy to practice, enabling you to benchmark your own provision at this time of rapid new developments.
Hosted by Jennifer Liston-Smith, Head of Thought Leadership at Bright Horizons, pioneer of parent transition coaching and leading influencer for over 15 years, in conversation with Chris Bryant, Partner BCLP, named to the 2019 Timewise Power 50 and Oliver Black, Work+Family Commercial Director
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