In an attempt to help better address the needs of parents whose working lives have been upended by the global pandemic, Scary Mommy and Fatherly would like to ask the following questions. This should take no more than 5 minutes and the results will be kept completely anonymous.

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* 1. How prepared were you to work from home when the pandemic started?

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* 2. Will you be returning to a physical workspace as soon as that’s a possibility?

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* 3. Has the lack or change of your commute caused you to consider relocating?

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* 4. What best describes your feelings during the pandemic?

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* 5. What is your biggest challenge when it comes to childcare?

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* 6. What is your biggest challenge when it comes to your work?

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* 7. Do you feel supported by your company?

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* 8. Do you feel more pressure to put in face time at work while working remotely?

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* 9. If yes, how so? Check all that apply.

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* 10. How would you rate your executive leadership’s performance when it comes to empathizing with the needs of parents? Rate 1-10 (10 being best)

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* 11. How would you rate your manager’s performance when it comes to empathizing with the needs of parents? Rate 1-10 (10 being best)

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* 12. Would a return to a physical workspace make life easier or more difficult when it came to childcare?

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* 13. Personally, where do you feel like most of your attention and energy is directed on a daily basis?

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* 14. Do you feel like your employer can be doing more to support working parents?

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* 15. To the extent that this applies, how are you coping with feelings of stress and burnout at work?

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* 16. [Optional] Scary Mommy and Fatherly have a new initiative to help companies become more compatible with the needs of working parents. If you’re interested in learning more about what this could mean for your company, submit your email address here and we’ll get back to you with more information.

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