Fatherhood affects how men think about their work, according to a new survey. A vast majority (88%) of respondents said that having a child changed how they view their career. While 87% said it resulted in them having different career goals, 77% said it changed their views on corporate culture. Most new fathers said they got about seven weeks of parental leave after their child was born, but they suggested that 10 weeks would be more appropriate. Nearly two-thirds (60%) of respondents said that companies should have a set number of flex hours for parents to use for things like attending mid-day activities. The same number also said that employers should consider policies that let parents use sick days when kids are home with illnesses. Read the full article.