It was pretty awkward - you wouldn’t normally tell that many colleagues that you’re trying for a baby, but I think it was probably the right thing to do.
resilience wellbeing
I was open to the change and applied for this particular role, but the following day word had got round, I have no idea how, and when I walked in and said, ‘Good Morning’ nobody responded.
bipolar wellbeing mental health
I have always known that something wasn’t quite right with me - from as early as my late teens, I’d say.
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I was getting stale in my latest position until I found the everywoman workbook 'Writing a CV to get promoted.' It led me to completely refresh my CV, giving me the confidence to express my
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I’m a female analyst working in a male-dominated industry where I’m reminded of my gender, probably one too many times.
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transgender bias sexism
In this month’s everywoman Incognito, a trans man shares his unique perspective of having experienced sexism in the workplace from both sides.
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shared parental leave paternity dad child parenting confidence wellbeing incognito
Before my wife became pregnant we hadn’t really discussed how childcare was going to work once we started a family. But then we had that first scan and everything suddenly became very real.