Many working parents now wake up each day to an impossible schedule in which they attempt to be a lawyer, teacher and caregiver simultaneously. The pandemic has fractured the fragile support system they relied on and further eroded the partition between work and home life.

Firms, for their part, have responded with a raft of perks: wellness programming, tutoring services, special bonuses. But that’s not solving the problem.

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