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Low-wage workers are least likely to get paid time off and often have less predictable, flexible schedules.
Big companies like Ford, Target and Microsoft plan to have some workers on-site, some remote. Those on-site may gain advantage, experts say.
Nearly half of state legislatures have considered bans, but only GOP-led states seem likely to pass them.
The Brookings Institution says those mothers, especially Black and Latinx women, are still struggling to regain jobs.
Many have never seen their company's office or met their co-workers in person.
Remote workers might be looking for an escape, and companies are ready to experiment.
You might save on commuting and buying clothes, but upgrading your living space to make working from home feasible can be costly.
The agency did not set safety rules for COVID-19 under the previous administration.
The programs are less about casual networking and observation in a remote world. Remote internships need more direction, one expert says.