Parents who work outside the home face a daunting juggling act, balancing career and the responsibilities that come with having kids. We rely on our bosses to understand and respect the commitments we have as parents. But when that doesn’t happen, legal safeguards exist to ensure we are treated fairly.
For those parents who aren’t aware of their workplace rights, Richard Johnson provides a helpful primer in the May issue of Today’s Parent on how human rights and employment standards law work to protect them on the job.
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