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Exclusive practical and legal advice on when and how to ask for flexible working by two members of 1230 The Women’s Company – employment law specialist Annabel Kaye and Allie Stewart, MD of The Life-Changing Company.
A new study from social enterprise Women Like Us, reveals that most mothers looking for work have not had any career advice since leaving education..
Many bosses and staff don’t realise that part time workers have special regulations to protect them in the workplace. HEre’s a handy guide of do’s and don’t from FMWF’s Balancing the Bump eam, employment law specialist Annabel Kaye and Allie Stewart, MD of The Life-Changing Company – members of 1230 The Women’s Company.
The number of women on company boards, the high cost of childcare and how to encourage entrepreneuralism were all on the agenda at the First Women Awards roundtable
Mothers face unexpected side-effects when they work from home, including higher energy bills and having more washing up to do, according to a new study, and there’s also advice for anyone considering making the move.
A new law to make parental leave even more generouswas unveiled in the Queen’s Speech earlier this month. Peta Fluendy explains the changes and gives a practical outline for employers and employees about what’s looming when and why
Two in five new mothers have struggled to cope with the demands of parenting during the first few weeks after birth, with a similar amount admitting getting “angry” with their baby, according to a poll.