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Post-Pandemic, Some Employers Let Parents Bring Their Babies to Work
Children in the workplace

As the pressure to find childcare mounts, working parents are seeing fewer options.

To help with the burden of child care, some employers—particularly smaller ones—are now offering the opportunity for parents to bring their babies to work.

"We only ask that the child isn't disruptive or causes others to lose focus," said CEO Jennifer Barnes. "The parent needs to be watching them and ensure they are not getting into trouble such as sticking fingers in sockets or pulling the blinds down."

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