Child-free employees are sick of picking up the slack for parent peers
October 28, 2020
Labor and employment lawyer Domenique Camacho Moran told The Post she doesn’t anticipate companies expanding paid benefits amidst the continued economic fallout from the pandemic.
“To avoid employee tensions, we continue to recommend that employers identify neutral policies that offer employees similar benefits for a variety of reasons,” said the Long Island-based lawyer. “For example, paid time-off policies that permit employees to use time for child care, other family obligations or personal priorities.”
“Employers need to be consistent — the best plan is to know what your business can tolerate, so you’re not treating any group better than the other.”
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