Stress Of Working Parents During COVID-19 Pandemic
Many of the Americans least able to manage the logistical burdens of the pandemic are also mothers who can’t work from home.
They are the primary caregivers for their children, often elderly parents and still they must bring home the bacon.
Today on All Sides with Ann Fisher, we explore families under pressure and how businesses are responding.
- Jena McGregor, reporter, The Washington Post
- Shannon Ginther, chair, Columbus Women’s Commission
- Chris Ferruso, legislative director, NFIB
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