Catalyst - (http://www.catalystwomen.org)
This organization works to advance women in business and the professions. Their research studies cover two main areas: women's leadership development (career advancement, the glass ceiling) and work/family issues.
U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) - (http://www.dol.gov)
The U.S. Department of Labor site contains many resources for the working women including a searchable database of articles on family and work issues.
The following link is an example of the useful reports available from the website's search facility. To find additional reports like this, click on the Search button on the main page and enter "women" as your search criteria.
Working Mother - (http://www.workingmother.com)
The Working Mother Magazine website includes subscription information (to the newsstand edition), a discussion board, changing articles that have included the best companies for working mothers, child care, and mentoring.
Working Woman - (http://www.workingwoman.com)
From the same people who produce the Working Mother Magazine, the Working Woman Magazine website includes subscription information (to the newsstand edition), a resource center with career information and stock portfolio, a listing of conferences, and other changing articles on topics such as money, business, salaries and leadership.