Post-COVID impact: Identifying a Work Schedule That Fits the Organization’s Needs
By Diane Winiarski, M.Ed.
Allsup Employment Services
During the COVID-19 pandemic, working from home has intermingled personal and professional aspects for many. Balancing childcare, work, and personal stress has been a challenge.
But the shift to working from home has also helped many individuals with disabilities, especially those with conditions that put them at higher risk of contracting the virus. For these employees who have had to choose between focusing on their health or keeping their job, being able to work from home has been life-changing, and it’s important that a return to “normal” takes their concerns into account.
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