Firing off… Raw deal for working mothers

March 2008
Personnel Today;3/18/2008, p32
Trade Publication
The article presents blogs on the topic related to discrimination towards working mothers that was posted in the web site of this journal. One of the blogs stated that the birth of the first child moves women to part-time work. It states that in failing to provide working mothers with sufficiently flexible working conditions, the country is dispensing with the skills and knowledge of a huge group of the workforce. Several comments on the subject also appeared on the site.


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