- Silicon Valley has long been known for its lavish employee perks, like on-site fitness classes and free meals.
- But as the coronavirus crisis continues to keep workers at home, many tech companies are shifting from fun perks to accommodating benefits — particularly for working parents.
- Tech companies like Google, Facebook, Amazon, and Salesforce have started offering benefits like free back-up childcare, extra paid caregiver leave, and subsidized memberships to childcare and tutoring services.
- Experts say the emphasis on helping working parents may have been spurred by the pandemic, but will stick around even after life begins to return to normal.
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