Workin’ on Our Working Parent Mental Fitness 

Episode #4
How are working parents and employees doing now that we are over 8 months into the pandemic?  Research suggests they need a little more TLC time. So join as we chat with Leslie Forde from Mom's Hierarchy of Needs. We'll discuss how employees--specifically parents--are struggling to manage it all, ways to cope,  and how some companies are working to improve employee self-care practices. 

The Care Economy

Episode #3
What is the state of the care economy and how is it impacting the future of work? Listen as we chat with Professor Joseph Fuller, Professor of Management Practice in General Management and the Co-Director of the Managing the Future of Work Initiative at Harvard Business School, who shares his thoughts on business strategies, how to navigate this new and evolving education-care landscape, and the impact on companies' ability to attract and retain an engaged and productive workforce. 

Caught in the Education-Care Crosshairs

Episode #2
The coming school year is looming for parents as many used to rely on school to provide more than learning for their children. They also use it to feed their children or as a care alternative while they work. COVID-19 has upended parents and they are caught in the education-care crosshairs. Listen to our Curriculum Development Lead at Bundle, Mattie Shulman, as she provides guidance for parents on how to ease back to school stress for their families, while ensuing their children succeed; get pointers on pod learning; and learn what to look for in ‘Zutors’.

The Care Revolution

Episode #1
Why does the traditional care model need to evolve now more than ever to meet the needs of parents and care givers today? How has COVID-19 impacted employees' care responsibilities and what shifts are on the care horizon?



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