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Joan C. Williams

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Resolving Work-Life Conflicts Report
Tim and Stephanie Connor take time off work after the birth of their twins. Work-life conflict isn't just about families; it's about jobs and future economic growth, too. (AP/Donna McWillian)

Resolving Work-Life Conflicts

Work-life conflict is about jobs, future economic growth, and modern-day family realities, Heather Boushey and Joan C. Williams write, and progressives have answers.

Heather Boushey, Joan C. Williams

The Three Faces of Work-Family Conflict Report
Understanding the disconnect between Americans' widespread concern over work-family conflict and their policymakers' inability to pass legislation to address this issue requires a portrait of why work-family conflict is so acute today. (AP/Dima Gavrysh)

The Three Faces of Work-Family Conflict

The poor, the professionals, and the missing middle need policies that allow them to achieve the American Dream, write Heather Boushey and Joan C. Williams in this report.

Joan C. Williams, Heather Boushey