Arlie Russell Hochschild first published "The Second Shift: Working Parents and the Revolution at Home" in 1989, changing the way society looked at the struggles between wanting to be a good parent and wanting to be a good employee.
Here Hochschild sits down with Families and Work Institute to talk about how far we've come since her seminal book and how far we still have to go.
Families and Work Institute announces a ten-part video series with some of the top thinkers in the work-life field. This unprecedented series offers insights from individuals who helped shape the work-life and work-family discussion in the United States, and will surely spark a national discussion on the state of the workplace today -- where we've been, and where we're going.
Ellen Galinsky, president of Families and Work Institute, describes this group of speakers as "some of the best minds in the country on the new normal in the workforce and in the workplace.