With more people working from home and seeking greater work-life balance, it's fair to assume that more men will expect greater support from their employers around new-child care.

Fathers don't really talk about paternity leave, and that's unfortunate — not only for them, but also for their families and the companies they work for. Why? Because as one recent article in Slate that made this claim concluded, "The burdens of postpartum life shouldn't belong only to mothers; neither, then, should the act of giving voice to the experience."

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