Childcare challenges set to continue for workers and employers
As long as Covid-19 remains an issue, so will childcare – making flexibility key for management and staff alike
As businesses in Ireland continue to reopen and welcome staff back to their premises, one of the biggest issues facing many will be the availability of childcare.
If schools don’t operate in the same way as they did pre-Covid-19 and employees are faced with inadequate childcare options in the months ahead, they may expect employers to extend the option of working from home.
For most companies, remote working was introduced in March as...
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