Do you feel like you have to constantly prove yourself in the workplace because you’re a working mum? With most of us having a few days off because of the Christmas and bank holidays, this is your chance to go back to work renewed and ready to stand firm! We
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Balancing work and parenting can be hard for most people, but there can be a multitude of additional challenges if you are the parent of a child with special needs. Ensuring that you are supported throughout this process and beyond is incredibly important: You need to login to view the rest of
According to the Equal Opportunities Commission, around 30,000 UK mums-to-be lose their jobs every year because they are pregnant. For those who do return to work, many find that they are treated so badly that they have no option but to leave – or they’re demoted.
Whether you’re returning to work after a break to look after the children or have wound up a business, there are three things that you should consider before agreeing new terms for a job (old or new).
The average cost of a new baby is £5,464 in the first year of their child’s life – increasing by four per cent to £5,666 for those living in London. It’s obviously excludes the cost of living, and any childcare required to raise the child, so it’s easy to see
Whether you work in an office, a beauty salon or a building site your employer has a duty to make sure you work in a safe environment. Sometimes, with all the best will in the world, accidents will happen. The latest statistics from the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) confirm
Kate Middleton’s pregnancy news spreads like wildfire. But do working mums have to tell their employer they are expecting?
When royal wives like The Duchess of Cambridge and celebrities are pregnant they are so closely monitored by the press and paparazzi that they don’t always get to break the news themselves. Kate Middleton, wife of Prince William is a case in point, and the news that she is pregnant
The joy of a new baby is certainly special and something that all new parents experience. However, not getting enough sleep is also part of having a new baby and new parents notoriously get very little sleep, if any at all. For new mums on maternity leave, it can be
We hear from all our sources that breast Is best: by breastfeeding our children we not only give them a free source of healthy nutrition, but we pass on our own immunity to give them the best start in life. It’s an excellent choice to make, but what if we