The New York Times offers stipend to parent employees

When school year started during the coronavirus pandemic in the US, working parents are scrambling to juggle their own remote work and their children’s schooling plans on top of general family care. More and more companies are looking to support employees by stepping up their benefit offerings as the pandemic continues to upend life. The latest company to do so was The New York Times. The premier American newspaper announced new parental benefits in a September 1 memo sent to employees and viewed by Business Insider. The New York Times Company confirmed the authenticity of the memo. The company reimbursed eligible employees up to $100 a week for the ‘cost of in-person tutoring for dependents in kindergarten.’

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