"The New Male Mystique" Study Released

The New Male Mystique, a study recently published by the Families and Work Institute, reveals the increasing conflict men are feeling between their work and family responsibilities.  Based on studies done in 1977 and 2008, co-author Ellen Galinsky reports an increase in work-family conflict for fathers in dual-earner households from 35% to 60%.  Read this Huffington Post article to learn more and get the link to the full report.


The Office of Work/Life promotes Columbia's flexible work arrangement policy, to enable people to better manage their work and personal lives.