Finding a Rhythm to Working From Home

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Christina Ryan DiGiulian, managing director, spoke to The Daily Record for an article about working from home with children. Here is an excerpt from the article:

“Some companies are responding to the change by bringing together entire families instead of just individual team members as children or pets become part of the office.

Christina DiGiulian, a mother of two daughters, 3 and 7, has included them on bingo nights sponsored by her employer, Hartman Executive Advisors, an independent technology leadership and advisory firm in Timonium.

With both girls moved to virtual schooling and taking a break from their regular babysitter for everyone’s safety, DiGiulian has been busy. She said her company acknowledging the challenge of working while parenting and teaching has relieved some of the burden of trying to do it all. Her girls loved seeing the other children and remember them from previous in-person company events.

“It’s been a nice opportunity to engage them and make them feel like they’re part of this time with me, as opposed to them just observing me working or participating in a happy hour,” DiGiulian said.”

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