National Work Life Week | Working mums feel held back at work - here's how HR can help

Working mums feel held back at work - here's how HR can help

In this member-exclusive Daily Comment piece, we look at new research from Working Families on working parents:

• How working mothers feel they are being impacted at work
• Why employers should consider their practices in order to attract and retain top talent
• There are also insights into how HR can help, with a look into LADbible Groups’ ‘family-friendly’ initiatives.

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