I was a teacher with a permanent full time job when I went on maternity leave in February 2015. In September 2015 I wrote my official request to go
Having miscarried twins in October ’16, I was delighted to fall pregnant again in January ’17. I told my employer in a meeting at the beginning of March, and
I work as a fundraiser for a charity. I write fundraising bids, really just writing letters to trusts and foundations to ask for money. I have worked for my
I worked for a company for twelve years from the most junior position up to a very senior level. I worked very long hours and was very, very loyal.
Tuesday 4th April is Equal Pay Day. The day where we remember that women get paid 20% less than men because they have a uterus. Okay, I am over-simplifying,
As you may have seen, we recently launched a Crowdfunder to help us raise £12,000 so we can continue this vital service and campaign. We were blown away by
I’ve just been made redundant 3 weeks after returning from maternity leave. This follows an attempt to dismiss me last year using my sickness record as part of the
I got pregnant in 2012, just as I started my new job. My GP advised me to reduce my antidepressant dose due to the pregnancy. This resulted in my
On coming back from maternity leave, I found that my cover (who had been widely recognised as being fairly incompetent) had been on a nearly £3k more than me.
I was called in on a KIT day less than 2 months after my baby was born to be told that my team were being dissolved and my role