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  1. 10 Tips for returning from maternity leave by Nicola Welchman You are a highly respected professional – you are trusted by the directors; you have recruited a fantastic team; you achieved all your KPIs for the last 5 years and you were on target for a bonus to be paid at 120% of target. You’re tipped for a promotion. All is good. The pregnancy was a bit of a shock. Welcome, but a shock. When you told your boss, he needed a moment before he congratulated you. You worked until 39 weeks pregnant – you worked the same crazy hours as before bump. You were always l
  2. Discrimination claims can be difficult to prove as there is normally no written evidence and of course, the perpetrators are likely to deny all knowledge. However if you can prove that you have been put at a disadvantage because of discrimination, then you may be able successfully to negotiate a settlement agreement, or to make an employment tribunal claim. The Employment Tribunal Services publish regular statistics that tell you how difficult discrimination at work claims are to win. What those statistics don’t tell you is that in reality discrimination cases are usually agreed thro
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