In 1989, feminist Arlie Russell Hochschild argued that working women go home to work a “second shift,” performing the majority of the labour involved in caring for their homes and children. That’s not the only extra shift working women are doing. Some are also being asked to do a second, unpaid shift at work, where they’re putting in extra time to help boost the careers of other women.

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