Working parents have their hands full like never before.
Parents of kids in K–12 schools or even college may need to overhaul their household in response to learning-method shifts that can happen at the drop of a hat. Those with younger children must secure child care in an environment where many daycare centers are closed, and extended family members may or may not be able to pitch in.
Businesses have had to adjust on the fly to new market realities, new processes and communication methods, and new demands on often rapidly evolving organizational charts. And that’s on top of managing the regular slate of deadlines and quotas.