Rich May attorney Frank Gaeta was quoted in The Boston Globe in an article discussing employer discrimination against caregivers during the pandemic. The article focuses on the case of an employee who was allegedly let go from Wayfair due to his increased childcare load due to remote learning. Frank noted that although there is nothing preventing employers from firing underperforming workers, “[it’s] often in the employers’ best interest to provide employees with more flexibility than they’d have to provide.”
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