December, 23rd The Conversation, paper coverage "The gender pay gap exists in Indonesia, especially for women under 30" translated into Indonesian
October 8th, Sleek Magazine interview with JD Porter "How our Instagram habits are deepening the divide between rich and poor"
September 17th Forbes "Is Flexible Work Key to Attracting the Brightest Talent?" republished in adigaskell.org
September 13th, BBC Women's Hour - "Is flexibility stigma driving women out of offices?"
August 14th BBC "One way to close the "motherhood pay gap" is job sharing"
July 16th Business Insider "7 Mindblowing facts that show why employment in the US is the worst in the developed world" , republished in BizLive (vietnamese)
May 23rd interview/podcast with the WorkLife HUB "Flexible working is everyone a winner?"
March 29th coverage of work in Workingmums "Supporting women's progression in the workplace"
March 14th paper coverage in HR Review "Few companies meet modern working demands"
March 13th paper coverage in the Telegraph "How to break free from the maternal guilt trap"
March 8th paper coverage in Yahoo news "UK employers hurt worker productivity by not offering flexible working schemes' Republished in MSN news
February 21st, think piece on Workplace insight "Why the gender pay gap is an enduring challenge for many organisations"
February 20th, commentary "Why the gender pay gap is widening"
February 15th, interview with KMTV on YouthStrike4 Climate
February 14th, Financial Times - mention in article "Why flexible workers keep turning up at the office"
February 6th, project coverage - The Manila Times "Senate OKs alternative work arrangements"
February 1st, BBC Radio Kent interview on inequality in wages and value of work
January 31st, KMFM Radio interview on "flexible working and part-time working mums overtime"
January 28th, project coverage Business Mirror "Senate panel backs flexible working sked"
January 22nd, paper coverage The Swaddle "For more bang for your buck, hire a mum part-time and give her flexible hours" (current winner of the best news headline covering my research)
January 21st, paper coverage Moms.com "Mums who work part-time, flexible work do more work for no pay"
January 21st, paper coverage Kidspot.com "Study finds part-time working mums do extra work without pay"
January 16th, paper coverage in Heart FM hear it here
January 16th, paper coverage The Times "Flexible workers aren't shirkers even when doing it from home"
January 15th, press release "Flexible schedules cause part-time working mothers to work longer without pay" - covered by The Times, Workplace insight, Psy.org, Science daily, Workingmums, Business Standard, ZME science, Daijiworld, India TV, Millennium post, Telangana, News18, Tekk.TV, The Sentinel, Freepress journal , Times of India, HR news and more
January 10th, think piece the Conversation "Flexible working can reinforce gender stereotypes" republished in i newspaper, Yahoo News, Times of Malta, Menafn, Pakistan & Gulf Economist, Smart company Chartered Management Institute blog
December 15th paper coverage in Southeast Business "The flexible working debate splits opinions among staff and often leads to negative views"
December 10th interview with KMFM on Flexibility stigma in the UK
December 6th interview with BBC Radio Kent Drive Time on class systems in the UK
November 14th, project coverage China.org "Pitfalls of flexible working revealed in new study"
November 13th, ESRC news release "Flexibility not helping workers" *note I did not write that title.
October 3rd, interview with Voice of Islam Radio Drive Time "Work-life balance and gender equality"
September 21st paper coverage Manawatu Standard "The haves and have nots of flexible work place flexibility"
September 20th Evening Standard interview "Emotional labour is the latest bit of wellness lingo — but what is it, and how can it be managed?"
August 22nd think piece The HR Director Magazine "Flexible working stigma must end"
August 20th BBC Radio Kent Drive Time interview "Worker surveillance and control"
July 19th Slate Magazine interview with Oset Barbur "Is unlimited vacation bad for women/gender equality?" translated into French in Slate.fr
July 14th interview with BBC Radio Kent Drive Time "Protests and Trump's visit to the UK"
July 10th Di Lei magazine mentioned in "Donne in carriera: più produttive dopo aver avuto i figli"
July 9th interview with Mike Parr Radio Tees on Motherhood penalty, motherhood bonus and the importance of flexible working
July 5th interview with Daily Mail "Do women become more productive after they've had children?"
June 29th Interview with Billie JD Porter on Poverty among young people and stigma towards it for ThinkNation's project Twist it: Changing the poverty narrative. (at 5:30 mark and again at 10:30)
May 25th interview with BBC Radio Kent Drive Time on TV watching (hear from 1:51:00 for the whole section, 1:54:25 for me..)
May 25th interview/paper coverage in Franceinfo - on Future of work and flexibility (see from 43:45 for me, but about 40:00 onwards to see the whole section)
May 14th Interview/paper coverage with ArbejdsMilo "Fleksibelarbejdstid påvirker kvinder og mænd forskelligt/Flexible working affects men and women differently"
May 13th Market Watch "Working mothers who do this can help reduce the gender wage gap"/republished in Independent Women's Forum
April 8th think piece in Employee Benefits "Flexible working is crucial in addressing work life balance"
April 4th, think piece in the Conversation "Why flexible working is key if shared parental leave is to have a lasting impact on the gender wage gap" republished in the World Economic Forum, Yahoo news, Phys.org, Eye Witness News, Apolitical and others
March 13th, paper coverage in Salon "4 of the biggest myths about the gender pay gap"
March 7th, paper coverage in Payscale "These workers are less likely to find family-friendly work arrangements"
February 15th paper coverage in American Banker "Women in Banking: Big banks mostly mum about sexual harassment policies"
February 15th paper coverage in People Management "Workers on insecure contract less likely to have access to family-friendly benefits, study finds"
February 8th Press release of the Estonian project from the Estonian Parliament "Eestis kasvabpaindliku tööaja ja kaugtöö trend (Flexible schedules and teleworking growing in Estonia)" - covered in various media in Estonia such as arileht.ee and this
February 5th New York Times interview/paper coverage "Even in Family-friendly Scandinavia, Mothers are paid less", republished in the Toronto Star, Sante Fe New Mexican, SF Gate
January 30th Slate Magazine "Women aren't paid less because they have more flexible jobs"
January 29th Paper coverage "Working in female-dominated workplaces ‘means worse access to flexible working arrangements’ the Scotsman, Yorkshire Post, Northamptonshire Telegraph, Lancashire post, Wakefield express , Larne Times, Shoreham Herald, Carluke Gazette and others
January 25th CMI report coverage in the Times "Speak out on sexism and bias at the workplace, urge campaigners", the Telegraph "85% of women have seen gender discrimination says new research" also covered in the BBC, Sky news, iTv etc.
January 25th Paper coverage "Female dominated workplaces offer less flexible timing", Yahoo India, The Times of India, Business Standard,Deccan Chronicle, NewKerala, Mid Day, Hindustan Times, the Gulf Today, India TV, and others
January 24th Paper coverage "Working in female dominated workplaces mean worse access to flexible working arrangements" Phys.org, EurekAlert, Business Standard, Science Newsline, Workingmums, Workplace insights and others
January 21st Press release of the Estonian project from the Estonian Parliament "Ülevaade töö tuleviku uuringuprojektist (An overview of the future of work project)"
January 2nd mentioned in Avvenire "Lo studio. Più produttività e benessere con il lavoro agile"
December 10th Paper coverage on Corriere della Sera "Lo Smartworking aumenta la producttivita: Ecco le prove"
October 27th Paper coverage on Slate "Flexible Work Alone Won't Create Gender Equality, but These Things Might"
October 26th, Better Life Lab Panel on "Redesigning Work: Making Flexibility the Solution, Not the Problem" (video on website)
October 26th, interview with Yonder pod cast "Remote work research"
October 24th, interview with Slate Magazine "What Europe gets right - and what it gets wrong - about flexible working"
August 29th, paper coverage Apolitical "How to close the gender pay gap in five difficult steps"
August 28th, interview with 1 Million for Flexibility "Take 5: Heejung Chung on Work autonomy, flexible working, and work-life balance"
August 23rd, paper coverage La Stampa "La flessibilità permette alle donne di mantenere il posto dilavoro dopo il parto"
August 18th, paper coverage "Workplace flexibility key to helping women maintain careers after childbirth", in Psych Central, Psy Org, Health Medicine Network, Science Newsline, Workplace insight, Workingmums and others
August 18th the Conversation "Want more women in top positions? Provide them with more flexibility at work" republished in Quartz, Yahoo News, Fair Observer, TVN , PsyOrg, Economica, Apolitical and others
June 2nd Ugebrevet A4 "Fleksibel arbejdstid fører op til fem timers længere arbejdsuge med sig"
April 27th Quartz "Flexible Working is Making Us Work Longer"
April 1st Interview with Brigid Schulte "Why Your Best Productivity Hacks Still Come Up Short" FastCompany
February 20th, interview with KMTV as a part of the One day Without US event at the University of Kent "One day without us protest at the University of Kent" - also covered in Kent online and BBC Radio Kent (start 1:08)
December 28th, "Control over working hours leads to different outcomes for mothers and fathers" Workplace insight
November 15th, "Better childcare provision increases public support for the service" - EurekAlert, PsysOrg, Health Medicinet, Scienmag and others
November 14th, the Conversation "What Britain can learn from Scandinavia when it comes to childcare", republished in Yorkshire Evening Post, Sheffield Telegraph, Doncaster Free Press, News Yorkshire
November 8th, Daily Mail interview "Moms who pay to go to work"
October 4th, 1 Million for Flexibility blog Research Explainer on our ESR paper
September 14th, coverage in the Times of India "The Dark Side of Flexible Working Hours"
September 9th, two papers mentioned in BBC.com/BBC Capital "The Curse of Flexible Work"
September 5th, paper coverage Die Zeit " Wechsel auf Gleitzeit bringt Männern mehr Gehalt - den Frauen aber nicht", also in der Standard, in HAZ - Hannoversche Allgemeine "Wechsel auf Gleitzeit bringt nur Männern mehr Gehalt" and others
September 3rd, paper coverage in Der Speigel "Arbeitszeit: Frauen in Nachteil", 6th of September Spiegel Online "Flexible Arbeitszeiten: Wechsel auf Gleitzeit bringt Männern mehr Gehalt - Frauen nicht"
August 20th, paper coverage in Hindustan Times "Men reap more benefits of flexitime than women, says study"
September 15th, translated into French the Conversation.FR "La flexibilité du temps de travail est-elle un piège ?", republished in La Tribune and in SudOuest
March, 13th Kent on Sunday, "EU Referendum: Senior Lecturer explains worker's rights debate"
February 9th, Mc Ginley news (Making flexible hours work in the infrastructure industry)
October 16th, Bloomberg news interview (Lawyer's Only Job Hope in Spain : Hospital Orderly)
September 22nd, The Conversation "Does work leave you tired, stressed with no time for family? You’re not alone"
June 27th, The Conversation "In reality, new ‘flexible working’ rights could mean longer days and less family time"
September 24th, BBC Radio Kent interview with Julia George