Many women are reluctant to talk about the new difficulties of combining work and motherhood during COVID-19. The emerging picture suggests the stress and worry over being able to go to work is not limited to nurses. The experience goes far beyond health care.

UPDATED: The Shecession Pandemic: Covid-19 is worse for women and the economy

Read part 2: Devolving from She-cession to Recession Read part 3: What is happening to business right now?   Adrienne lives in fear of another school closure. The 35 year-old Registered Practical Nurse (RPN) is a single mother of two school-age children. She works in an urban hospital in Southern Ontario. “I’ve been job-sharing throughout the […]