Twitter | Staff 'fight' over 'COVID-19 policies that benefit parents'

Staff 'fight' over 'COVID-19 policies that benefit parents'

When schools and childcare facilities closed in light of the coronavirus pandemic, it caused huge problems for working parents as they juggled childcare, home-schooling and holding down a job at the same time.

In response to this, some organisations – including US-based tech giants – who were among the first to move to homeworking, rolled out policies to support working parents.

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