Teleworking is here to stay, we used to say. And we said: after the pandemic, everything will be different, conciliation is the future.
That’s what we used to say when we were locked up. Some three million Spaniards teleworked during the first wave. A year and a half later, the pandemic continues and the world turns but not for everyone the same.
In the middle of the pandemic, Carmen Ibáñez made a series of reports on the social impact of COVID-19 that she called ‘Year 20’. A year and a half later, we spoke again with Alejandro, a father who was teleworking, and Maite Egoscozabal, from the Malasmadres Club.
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