WALL STREET JOURNAL – Battling Stereotypes, New Moms Face More Stress on the Job

“Women may work all day, but have to leave at five or six o’clock to get their kids. They’re hopping back on their computers to work at night, when everybody else is relaxing, but nobody seems to notice,” says Allison O’Kelly, chief executive of Mom Corps, a professional staffing company that places people in flexible or project work with controllable schedules. “That’s why most people come to us – because of stress.”

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Sue Shellenbarger
Wall Street Journal

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