After announcing I was pregnant in 2012, one month later my colleague who had a similar position to mine and would have been my runner up (as I was
It happened to me twice. First time in 1993/4 I told my boss I was pregnant his reaction was “you pratt” I didn’t get my bonus alongside the other
I was working for a large international organisation when I became pregnant with my first child. During the course of my pregnancy, the company experienced some difficult times and
Ten years ago I worked for a University, I was the Head of a new course. I also worked with a good friend who was on a part-time contract.
I am an anthropologist – a research academic in a Top 20 uni. I’ve relied, since I graduated, on getting research grants – a series of fixed term contracts
When I was 4 months pregnant my line manager gave in his notice, and I was told that if I hadn’t been pregnant I would have had his job.
My daughter qualified as a hairdresser with this salon in Newbury. She had been working with them for two years, both part-time and then full-time, when she qualified. She found
I was the assistant manager of a pub/restaurant/hotel complex, and aged just 20, some 300 miles away from my family. My pregnancy was unplanned and terrifying to me. The
I had worked for a very large well known organisation for 4 years, I had a performance review 3 months before my maternity leave was supposed to start, I
After working in the same position for 7 years I was desperate to progress and move up the career ladder. Finally an opportunity presented itself so I went for