some writers for the guardian tested out bringing their kids to work based on more and more u.s. companies allowing parents to have their children in the office. this of course originates from the u.s. not requiring paid maternity leave. needless to say, this experiment went woefully bad, although the participants tried this out for all of a day at most. not nearly enough to prove that it’s bad in the long term, however, i have little doubt that it would be.
nytimes.com: what’s online, by dan mitchell