Many months into the pandemic, we search the effects working from residence is having on the programs housekeeping and childcare salvage done there. Compelled togetherness and relentless negotiations for space and time are creating a extra even division of labor inner some families, which might possibly perhaps perhaps also result in profession gains for mothers.
Harvard Trade College professor Kathleen McGinn highlights findings from her ongoing study on how working fogeys are reconsidering and shifting their roles and tasks. Then, we focus on how ladies folk are navigating those negotiations and pushing for a extra equitable future with two working mothers with younger formative years at dwelling: HBR.org editor Maureen Hoch and Katherine Goldstein, host of the podcast The Double Shift.
Kathleen McGinn is a professor and senior affiliate dean at Harvard Trade College.
Katherine Goldstein is the host of the podcast The Double Shift.
Maureen Hoch is the editor of HBR.org and the supervising editor of Ladies at Work.
- “Why WFH Isn’t Necessarily Magnificent for Ladies,” by Herminia Ibarra et al.
- “Don’t Let the Pandemic Residing Wait on Gender Equality,” by Deepa Mahajan et al.
- “Gender Equity Starts in the Dwelling,” by David G. Smith and W. Brad Johnson
- “Easy programs to Let Gallop of Working-Mom Guilt,” by Sheryl G. Ziegler
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A total transcript will be obtainable by October 19.