For the first time in modern memory, children across the country may or may not be going back to school full time this fall.
School schedules nationwide have been disrupted by the COVID-19 pandemic, with many districts planning virtual or hybrid classes in place of in-person learning.
Echoing the events of last spring, when schools in every state sent kids home to learn, modified school schedules place a heavy burden on parents who need to work during the school day — and on their employers.
Mental health concerns are mounting, as employees exhaust both their time-off banks and their reserves of resilience.
Our latest survey of employers across the U.S. shows what they expect for the fall re-entry and how they plan to help employees cope — including critically important plans for benefits enrollment. Read the report now.