Women who work mostly from home risk hurting their careers as more men return to office working post-pandemic, un Banca d'Inghilterra policymaker has warned.
Catherine Mann, a member of the Bank’s monetary policy committee, said this may lead to women getting caught in a “she-cession”. Women aren’t returning to work in the same numbers as men, partly due to issues with childcare and disruption at schools.
We would like to hear from workers about their views on how remote working could affect their careers.
Are you a worker with caring responsibilities, and do you plan to take advantage of offers by your employer to work from home more often? Do you have any concerns that it may have an impact on your career prospects or chance of promotion?
While there has been increased working from home during the pandemic, how have you divided up childcare and household chores with your partner? And how will this change if you return to working more in the office in the coming months?
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