NY Times Author Anne-Marie Slaughter Talks Workplace with IA

If you haven’t read A Toxic Work World, written by Anne-Marie Slaughter and published by the New York Times, you’ve probably read one of many responses to her position in the Washington Post, Refinery 29, Salon.com, or The Atlantic. In her article, Slaughter argues that part of the challenge facing the American workplace is an increasing competitiveness that is edging out not only traditional caregivers—namely women—but anyone who isn’t “healthy, and wealthy enough not to have to care for family members.” Her argument, which she develops further in her new book Unfinished Business, spans cultural values around gender equity, politics, and global economics.

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