It happened to me 3 times! Once some companies know you are pregnant or wish to start a family, they will do anything to get rid of you. I’d
I was employed with a firm for eleven years before having my first baby, everything was fine until I returned then my employer reduced my hours and pay. According
I’d been with the same employer for 6 years and moved through the ranks. After my first child I took 6 months maternity leave, and was back full time.
After announcing my very much planned pregnancy at work I was shocked by the response of the most senior leader of the organisation. In a one to one meeting
I worked for a large public sector organisation, one of the largest employers in the UK. I felt settled in my job, was committed, and I had been supported
In the teaching profession I have experience and witnessed discrimination. I worked full-time and requested to work 4 days per week after maternity leave which luckily school agreed to.
I was hired as a part-qualified accountant and it was known that I was a single parent. I worked part-time for the company for a number of years then
I work for a government department. Whilst pregnant with my youngest son I had symphis pupils dysfunction and was told they couldn’t make reasonable adjustments so should start mat
I am a senior exec with a major energy supplier in the UK. The company wins all kids of awards for women in leadership. While pregnant I never took
Kept in touch with my employer throughout my 12 months Maternity leave, had verbal conversations about returning part time, until near to the end of my Mat leave when