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Information is key to driving change in the way we work.

If dads want beefed up paternity rights and access to more flexible ways of working we need to know what works and what doesn’t. If employers want to have more productive workplaces with a stable staff and ambitious growth they can learn from best practice elsewhere.

So we’re inviting as many as dads as possible to take part in our annual survey.

The more feedback we get on what dads and mums want, and which employers are doing things right the better we can make things for everyone.

We want to hear your experiences.

Paternity leave

The survey includes questions about paternity leave, childcare and flexible working. There’s also a section on mental health and how work interacts with how parents are feeling and their home life.

We are keen to look at the information not only in terms of generational differences, but also, for instance, in terms of regional patterns and the impact of the number and ages of children when it comes to career progression.

If people are the most important element of any team, then understanding what drives them and what can help them perform better is essential at all stages.

The data will be collated and analysed with the results published from September in time for our Top Employer Awards.

Top Employer Awards

This year the workingmums.co.uk Top Employer Awards celebrates its 10th anniversary of promoting best practice in family support and gender diversity. Our focus will be on embracing a lifecycle approach to working, looking at the different pressures that come at the start of a career, when kids come along and when older relatives need cared for.

Our keynote speaker will be Caroline Waters, Deputy Chair of the Equality and Human Rights Commission, Vice President of Carers UK and Founder and CEO of CW Consulting Box.

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