"To complicate the situation further, in some cases children have a positive impact on men’s productivity. Research by David Leslie has shown that the more children a woman has, the fewer hours per week she spends on her professional work, while the exact opposite is true for men."
Don't conflate presenteeism with productivity. They are not the same thing.
posted by Naomi Most
February 14, 2012
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