The Washington Post recently reported that more fathers than mothers are now complaining about a lack of time with their children. Once it was largely mothers who struggled to be a good parent and make a career and earn a living. Now fathers are feeling the strain of 50-hour weeks and lack of time to parent their children. We talk with fathers in Southern Nevada about their complaints and how they are dealing with the conflicts of career and fatherhood.
Prof. Joan Williams, Worklife Center, UC Hastings School of Law
Rick Gordon, Attorney, Snell and Wilmer
Kurt Ouchida, Managing Partner, BRAINtrust Marketing