The Childless Stigma at Work

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In the modern workplace, managers tend to be fairly understanding when it comes to work-life balance for parents. They understand that an employee may need to get into the office a little late or leave early on occasion to pick up or drop off kids at school, get to sporting events or musical recitals or even work from home to care for a sick child.

But that same level of flexibility often doesn’t extend to the childless. There is often a stigma or perception of childless workers that they have no real non-work obligations and boundless free time.

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