The Guardian – opinion


Given the fact that they already work more flexible or part-time hours, often return to less well-paid jobs after maternity leave, that they undertake more childcare in general, act as (often unpaid) carers for unwell relatives and suffer discrimination before, during and after the menopause, it’s no surprise that women are more likely to be adversely affected work-wise when they fall ill.

I wrote about sickness in the workplace and how it affects women specifically. You can read the full article here.

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