Our society could not function without family managers. Yet their dedication often goes unacknowledged.
An equality-conscious zeitgeist demands that unpaid work receive the recognition it deserves.
For many people, work doesn’t start until everyone else leaves the house. Or it never ends, because those they love need their attention and care around the clock. Family managers undertake this unpaid work on a weekly - if not daily - basis. They do so with pride, but the work can take its toll.
We met with three family managers who always put their families first and never hesitate to go the extra mile for them. Learn more about the everyday life of Heinrich Trummer, Rahman Abdullah, and Regina Gall, who represent the millions of unsung heroes in our society.