Since Covid struck and many people found themselves now working from home (without childcare), many parents (especially mothers) find themselves struggling to create balance between work and parenting when that line has become indefinitely blurred. In fact, nearly half of working parents (primarily mothers) have had to pause their careers in some way, either by reducing their hours or quitting entirely. In episode 9 we sit down with the Deputy Editor of Working Mother, Audrey Kingo to discuss the disparities many working mothers are currently facing in the workplace, ways to advocate for your job as well as your needs as a parent, and some tips for finding some sort of balance. Connect with Audrey via Twitter!
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