The Ethicist: Working Mothers and Overtime NPR's Brian Naylor talks to Randy Cohen, Ethicist for The New York Times Magazine, about the dilemma of a listener in Hartford, Conn., who supervises an employee who is having difficulty working overtime. The employee in question has been forced to leave her young son unattended because of the company's insistence that she work overtime.
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The Ethicist: Working Mothers and Overtime

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The Ethicist: Working Mothers and Overtime

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NPR's Brian Naylor talks to Randy Cohen, Ethicist for The New York Times Magazine, about the dilemma of a listener in Hartford, Conn., who supervises an employee who is having difficulty working overtime. The employee in question has been forced to leave her young son unattended because of the company's insistence that she work overtime.