[LISTEN] How employers can help parents cope working at home with kids
Most companies have moved to remote working during the 21-day lockdown.
And with schools closed, parents have to juggle between working from home and attending to the children.
Creative parenting expert Nikki Bush looks at what employers and team leaders need to take into account when assigning working over this period.
Speaking to Azania Mosaka, Bush says managers need to know their employees home structures.
Know your individual employees, know how many children are they managing right at home and how old they are.Nikki Bush, Creative parenting expert
Do they have a live-in helper, grandparents or a partner/spouse who they can play tag with and do work and play relays.Nikki Bush, Creative parenting expert
Understand that children under the age of seven have a short attention span.Nikki Bush, Creative parenting expert
Listen to the full interview below...
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