As offices reopen, working parents are facing a new dilemma: how to continue remote work but avoid a career off-ramp. The global pandemic ushered in remote and hybrid work, giving working parents much-needed flexibility to juggle family and careers. Now, with employees returning to in-person work, these parents don't want to be forced onto the so-called "mommy track." To stay in the game, veteran working moms say companies should continue prioritizing flexibility and equity, and that working mothers -- and fathers -- need to self-advocate and stay visible.
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