Many companies are calling employees back on-site now that the pandemic is winding down. They're also being flexible to keep workers who appreciate the comforts and conveniences of working from home.
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Many offices that have been closed since March 2020 are beginning to bring workers back, but not all companies think they need a return to the old ways.
The coronavirus did not create the struggles that working mothers face daily. But it has exacerbated them and made them more visible, forcing women of all income levels to make hard choices.
After three months with much of the country working from home, many employers and their workers say the benefits of remote work — cost savings and a more relaxed atmosphere — outweigh the drawbacks.
Coronavirus life just got super real for parents. Many suddenly have the task of making sure their kids learn while adjusting to a new life of managing working exclusively from home.
Love it or hate it, millions of workers are figuring out a new work-life balance as more employers try to curb the spread of the coronavirus by ordering them to stay away from the office.
It's hard to find other stay-at-home dads to hang out with, and working men worry you'll hit on their stay-at-home wives. Meanwhile, bosses still expect new fathers to work full-time. What's changed?