Mothers' agenda stifled at birth

Merrick, Neil
March 1995
People Management;3/23/1995, Vol. 1 Issue 6, p8
Elaborates on the proposals of a Great Britain House of Commons committee on employment prospects for working mothers. Recommendations of Conservative Party Member of Parliament (MP) Sir Ralph Howell on universal nursery education as part of the proposal; Comments from the Maternity Alliance on maternity pay of pregnant women; Committee's key proposals.


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