How employers are helping working parents deal with no school

Source: Sam Dean, Los Angeles Times (Paid Registration)

Many state- and employer-provided benefits are slated to expire over the summer, even though child-care needs have not changed.

Nationally, fewer than half the U.S. companies that have returned to in-person work have a plan for employees with child-care responsibilities, and only 32% of companies that have announced a set date for returning to work have come up with a plan, according to recent research from the Society for Human Resource Management. But employers may be forced to figure something out soon, as the reality of rising cases and remote schooling sets in for working parents across the country.

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