£40k payout | HR worker sacked during maternity leave was left 'unable to feed newborn'

HR worker sacked during maternity leave was left 'unable to feed newborn'

A mum who was fired while on maternity leave has been awarded more £40,000 after a tribunal ruled that her employer had treated her unfairly because of her pregnancy, the Mirror has reported.

Anastassia Rodin was left “unable to feed her newborn" after losing her office job just weeks after giving birth.

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