The pandemic has forced many employers to accommodate working parents by expanding paid time off, offering longer breaks during the workday, and helping to pay for child care, surveys have found. "I think you're starting to see smart companies recognize that if they want to be the best possible company they can be, which means having a diverse set of individuals leading their organization, that it's going to take an active effort to get women back into the pipeline and back into the office," says Andrew Challenger, vice president at Challenger, Gray & Christmas.
Employers aim to make child care easier for employees
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