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Workers have learned to negotiate faulty Wi-Fi, toddler potty breaks, and remote school.
But they may not get to those who need them most.
OSHA has declined to create national rules during the pandemic.
Some companies are giving workers extra time off, including more mental health days.
Prop 22 bypasses a state law that would have reshaped the gig economy.
A new report quantifies the cost of women pulling back from work to care for kids during the pandemic.
Hiring is down overall, but up for e-commerce jobs. Warehouse and shelf-stocking jobs have tripled compared to past years.
Pulling back from work can put parents behind indefinitely on their career tracks.
Nationally, there is no requirement to do so.
It's the latest example of how the pandemic is exacerbating inequality.