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Facebook is not as family-friendly as you think, working moms say


Some working moms at Facebook say they can’t balance the demands of their jobs and grueling commutes with raising a family and they blame Facebook’s failure to extend more leave to parents or to grant a perk that’s becoming increasingly common in corporate America: allowing employees to work part-time or from home.

[Jessica Guynn - USA Today, 17 September 2018.]


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