When maternity leave doesn’t mean ‘out of office’

The Washington Post

This article explains how the increase of women in higher level positions, job insecurity, and prevalence of working remotely are changing the meaning of “out of the office” for women on maternity leave. Littler's Garry Mathiason explains that the professional employee is more likely than the employer to be pushing for communication because they are reluctant to give up control.

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