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'This has not been a kumbaya moment': How the new normal threatens women economically

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Covid-19 has brought about the most challenging balancing act for many women.
Covid-19 has brought about the most challenging balancing act for many women.

Before Covid-19, women were dealing with a different set of problems limiting their career advancement: only a small number in key organisational roles had flexible working arrangements allowing them to balance their roles as employees, moms and wives, where needed.

The Covid-19 pandemic made that longed for ability of working from home a reality, but not with the flexibility envisaged.

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