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    • Maternity Leave, The Breeding Ground & The Bitch Bell

      Maternity Leave, The Breeding Ground & The Bitch Bell

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      A few weeks back I mentioned that I was pregnant — like really pregnant — and of course, I plan to take maternity leave. I’ve never questioned whether I would take leave (it is, after all, one of our main goals at The Breeding Ground), but I’d be lying if …Read More »
    • How I Approached My Employer About Paid Leave (And Got It)!

      How I Approached My Employer About Paid Leave (And Got It)!

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      Advocating for paid leave at work can be incredibly intimidating. So I am thrilled to have Courtney Fanning, the Marketing Manager at MojoTech, share her success story here with you. Major kudos to both Courtney and MojoTech on the new, gender-neutral paid family and medical leave policy, and thank you for …Read More »
    • Parents of the US: Ashia Ray

      Parents of the US: Ashia Ray

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      ©2017 Ashia Ray Photography (www.ashiaray.com) For this Parents of the U.S. interview, I’m thrilled to bring you Ashia Ray, our brilliantly talented photographer at The Breeding Ground. For those of you visiting for the first time, the goal of our Parents of the U.S. initiative is to create awareness of …Read More »
    • February Round-Up

      February Round-Up

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      This month’s round-up features all kinds of goodies for the advancement of women and family supportive policies. Feast your eyes on some of our top picks from around the Interwebs, and let us know what fires you up: The key to gender equality isn’t in the workplace or The White House—it’s …Read More »
    • The Brutal Truth About Being a Pregnant Worker: It’s Pretty Awful

      The Brutal Truth About Being a Pregnant Worker: It’s Pretty Awful

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      I fell in love with this article when it was originally published back in July, so I was beyond thrilled when its author, Avra Siegel, said we could re-post it on The Breeding Ground. It’s well-written and researched. It’s genuine. It touches on so many of the workplace policies, laws, and …Read More »
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