top of page
  • Writer's pictureScott Behson

A Very Happy (and Busy) Father’s Day

Dads always get more media attention on the build-up to Father’s Day. However, this year seems different to me in that there is so much attention, not just on “yay, dads!” but specifically on fathers facing the challenge of balancing work and family. As such, I’ve been very busy lately spreading the word about working dads. Here’s a quick round-up of my recent Father’s Day media:

National interviews:

  1. MSNBC- Working Dads and the White House Summit with Craig Melvin

  2. Bloomberg Radio- The Hays Advantage

Articles I wrote:

  1. Harvard Business Review Online- The Rise of the Hands-On Dad

  2. AskMen magazine- Involved Fatherhood: We Need to Give Active Dads More Credit

Articles in which I was extensively quoted:

  1. Esquire- The Downsides of Being a Dad

  2. The Daily Beast- Is 2014 The Year of the Dad?

This is in addition to my regular writing and my involvement in two campaigns (here and here) to promote paternity leave:

Whew! I am so happy that working dads issues are being highlighted, and honored that so many media outlets are turning to me. But, especially after this crazybusy week, I am simply grateful to spend Father’s Day with my family and relax.

Happy Father’s Day to you!

Like the article? Think it would make for a good facebook, reddit or twitter conversation? Then please share it using the buttons below. You can also follow the blog via email, facebook or twitter. Thanks!

Share this:

  1. Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)

  2. Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)

  3. Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)

  4. Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)

  5. Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)

  6. Click to share on Pinterest (Opens in new window)

  7. Click to share on Tumblr (Opens in new window)

  8. Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window)

#FathersDay #MSNBC #FAMILYact #DailyBeast #AskMen #BloombergRadio #HaysAdvantage #paternityleave #CraigMelvin #HarvardBusinessReview

bottom of page