Future of Work

Here's how companies can support working fathers and narrow the gender gap at the same time

The term “working father” is not a term that is commonly used, although everyone understands its meaning.

The term “working father” is not a term that is commonly used, although everyone understands its meaning. Image: Unsplash/picsea

Irina Fernández Lozano
Profesora de Sociología, UNED, Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia
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