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Reads for the In-The-Know HR Professional

Collection of articles from the Employee Success blog.

For Work-Life Happiness: Stop Balancing, Start Leaning In - Forbes

Let's put aside all the chatter about Sheryl Sandberg's Lean In, including the obligatory mentions of the obvious differences in circumstance between its well-meaning author and most of the working women who stand to benefit from its advice. Oh, and the reactive banter about Leaning Back. And even the parodies [...]

The End Of 9-5 Made Life More Complicated; Here's How To Take Control Again

Life was simpler when we worked 9-to-5, in the same office, on the same days, and we had the evenings and weekends to take care of the other parts of life.

Laura Vanderkam: Problems with work-life balance

Whatever you think of Sheryl Sandberg, the Facebook Inc. chief operating officer whose new book, 'Lean In,' asks women to embrace ambition, there's no denying what she has already accomplished. She has launched the important question of why more women aren't leading things onto the front page.

Study: Men and Women Both Stressed About Work-Life Balance

In her controversial new book, Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg advises women that a key part of "leaning in" is finding an equal partner in housework and childcare. That may be sound advice, but new research suggests that not only are those couples rare, but that many men and women alike don't want a fully equal partnership.

The TechCrunch 'Lean In' Roundtable, Part 2: Guilt And The Myth Of Doing It All

As we mentioned yesterday, we took an in-depth look at Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg's new book Lean In: Women, Work, and the Will to Lead with a number of Generation Y women who are part of the Silicon Valley's rising new guard. You can watch the first segment of the conversation, wh..