Hey, working mom!

What do you need most during the coronavirus pandemic?

The coronavirus pandemic is affecting everyone, but working mothers are among those who are experiencing its effects most acutely.

InHerSight and HeyMama are partnering to better understand what policies, resources, and support working mothers need from their employers, coworkers, and partners during the COVID-19 crisis.

Taking this survey will help us improve the workplace for women everywhere.

Do you have children at home?

Are you working from home with kids due to COVID-19?

Have you noticed a difference in your job productivity since working from home?

Have you noticed a difference in job satisfaction since working from home?

Have you noticed that you’re doing more or less work for your job since working from home?

Which of the following do you most need from your employer while working from home?

Which of the following do you most need from your coworkers while working from home?

What do you need most from your partner while working from home?

Has working from home revealed anything about the balance of unpaid work (who does housework / child care) in your household?

Do you think, following the quarantine, distribution of unpaid work (who does housework / child care) will change in your household?

If working from home becomes the norm for the foreseeable future (6+ months), what do you need most from your employer?

Note: The following questions are for business owners or entrepreneurs. Feel free to skip if they do not apply to you!

If you are a business owner or entrepreneur, which of the following do you most need from employees while working from home?

If you are a business owner or entrepreneur, which of the following do you most need from your clients while working from home?

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