Working Conversations Episode 120:

The Work from Home Impact on Families

Have you ever wondered about the ripple effects of remote work on the family unit?

As the pandemic forced professionals to work from home, the workplace underwent a seismic transformation.

As parents increasingly work from home, does it make a difference in the lives of children and families?

In this episode I delve into the realm of the work-from-home phenomenon and explore its implications for family life.

From changes in teen pregnancy rates to shifts in drug and alcohol use among adolescents, the impact of parents working from home reaches far beyond the realm of the professional.

I also dig into some demographic and sociologic data and uncover a few surprises.

Discover the unexpected connections and implications that this paradigm shift has had on family dynamics and societal trends.

There are both benefits and challenges associated with working from home, and the impact will vary depending on the individual family.

Whether you're a working parent navigating the challenges of remote work or a leader seeking to understand the broader implications of this shift, this episode offers invaluable insights to help you navigate this evolving landscape.

Listen and catch the full episode here or wherever you listen to podcasts. You can also watch it and replay it on my YouTube channel, JanelAndersonPhD.

If you’ve found this episode helpful, spread the word! Share this podcast episode with a friend whom you might think needs to hear this. Don’t forget to leave a review and 5-star rating, it would mean the world to me.




🎙 Listen on Apple Podcasts
🎙 Listen on Google Podcasts