Parents at Work Podcasts
The Parents At Work Podcast is a collection of topical subjects covering an array of issues around Career, Family and Wellbeing. We take a deep dive into what it takes to successfully support your work and caring responsibilities – and most importantly – your personal wellbeing. Collaborating with a range of experts and experienced professionals, as well as those on the ground themselves (our carers. parents and managers), we’re confident there’s some wise and practical tips here for everyone.
This essential podcast is a hack guide to parental leave for new parents looking for tips to make their transition easier. More importantly, it’s about myth busting misconceptions about parental leave and returning to work.
The Career Wellbeing Show is about helping you keep your career in check – giving you a healthy perspective on how you can design your work, integrate your personal and professional goals, and achieve meaningful outcomes. Otherwise known as ‘the healthy career show’, this podcast provides a career and life workout (in a positive way).
The Balance & Wellbeing Podcast delivers monthly episodes featuring wellbeing and career/life balance experts Katie Walls and Samuel Eddy. Giving you very real and practical tools for working with health, wellbeing and life issues
The Father Hood Podcast – sponsored by Parents At Work – is a monthly podcast for dads, made by dads. We get it. Fatherhood changes you. We are here to showcase men as fathers who are doing it their way and doing it well. There are times we’re kicking goals, there are times we need to have each other’s backs. This is the podcast to let it all out – celebrating the modern father and all he gives rise to.
This show explores the challenges and joys of parenting toddlers. Each episode, hosted by parenting educator Sharlene Vlahos from Karitane, provides practical tips on how to navigate and support your family as a working parent.
Teen Clinic explores the challenges and joys of parenting teenagers. There’s no doubt the teenage years are challenging for most parents. As we are confronted with changes in our child’s behaviour we may feel unsure of how to deal with the demands and changes required.
This series brings a spotlight to leading employers, policy makers and industry
experts working to improve the lives of parents and carers by creating family friendly workplaces.