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Question: "I'm sympathetic with employees who have to juggle work with child care
responsibilities. I know it's tougher in the summer, when school is out
and camp and daycare schedules don't always work out conveniently. But
I'm getting tired of children being around the office, even when it's
just for a while in the morning and afternoon. It's a constant
low-grade distraction. I'd like to create a policy that says "no kids
at work, ever." Any suggestions on how to do this?" -- Luke, Vermont
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