Unfinished Business: Women Men Work Family
CITESTE MAI MULT
When Anne-Marie Slaughter's Atlantic article, "Why Women Still Can't Have it All" first appeared, it immediately went viral, sparking a firestorm of debate across countries and continents. Within four days, it had become the most-read article in the history of the magazine. In the following months, Slaughter became a leading voice in the discussion on work-life balance and on women's changing role in the workplace.
Now, Slaughter is here with her eagerly anticipated take on the problems we still face, and how we can finally get past them. In her pragmatic, down-to-earth style, Slaughter bursts the bubble on all the "half-truths" we tell young women about "having it all", and explains what is really necessary to get true gender equality, both in the workplace and at home. Deeply researched, and filled with all the warm, wise and funny anecdotes that first made her the most trusted and admired voice on the issue, Anne-Marie Slaughter's book is sure to change minds, ignite debate and be the topic of conversation.
â€˜Anne-Marie Slaughter insists that we ask ourselves hard questions. After reading Unfinished Business, Iâ€™m confident that you will be left with Anne-Marieâ€™s hope and optimism that we can change our points of view and policies so that both men and women can fully participate in their families and use their full talents on the job.â€™ (Hillary Clinton)
â€˜Anne-Marie Slaughterâ€™s gift for illuminating large issues through everyday human stories is what makes this book so necessary for anyone who wants to be both a leader at work and a fully engaged parent at home.â€™ (Arianna Huffington)
â€˜Unfinished Business is an important read for women and men alike. Slaughter shows us that when people share equally the responsibility of caring for others, they are healthier, economies prosper and both women and men are freer to lead the lives they want.â€™ (Melinda Gates, co-chair, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation)
'With breathtaking honesty Anne-Marie Slaughter tackles the challenges of often conflicted working mothers and working fathers and shows how we can craft the lives we want for our families. Her book will spark a national conversation about what we need to do to live saner, more satisfying lives.'(Katie Couric)