Archived Insight | July 22, 2020

Employers’ Flexibility Is Part of COVID Child-Care Solution

Many employees working from home are having a hard time balancing child care and work due to COVID-19 school and daycare closures, especially as the economy begins to reopen. Tami Simon speaks to Bloomberg on practical ways employers can support working parents, such as loosening restrictions around paid leave and being more flexible with work hours.

 

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