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Parents at Work

Tom talks about h=his idea for the show and on Jennifer Senior's books.

Parents at Work Ep. 1

In the first episode of Parents at Work.,Tom Spiggle owner of the Spiggle Law Firm, explains how the idea of the show came to him through the his own experience of being a working parent while also having four kids.  Tom also goes into depth on books written by Jennifer Senior which talk about the negatives …

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16:Insights from HR Moms

This week’s episode of Parents at Work brings you three thoughtful and experienced mothers in Human Resources. Being a mother and meeting the demands of an office can be difficult to balance, so Kelly, Kecia, and Heather share their personal journeys to help others succeed at work while raising children. This interview covers how to …

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13: Joining Forces to Help You Balance Work and Parenthood

Juggling parenthood and a career can be handful. It can be difficult to balance both, but we’re here to share ways employers and employees are working together to make work and life possible. In this episode Tom Spiggle and (new!) co-host Lori Mihalich-Levin introduce the upcoming themes and scheduling for the Parents at Work podcast. …

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Elisabeth Stitt joins to give advice to parents.

Parents at Work Ep.3

Parents sometimes struggle when taking care of their kids and many of these parents look at experts like Elisabeth Stitt for advice on how to go through these troubling time. Stitt today joins the show to give a little more insight on how to better parent your child.

Michelle gives insight on her busy day of working from home and taking care of her 3 year old son

Parents at Work Ep. 4

Michelle Kallen chimes in on she is able to be working for NY-based law firm Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison  in DC and still be able to be a full time mom while working from home.