Research and analysis
Pregnancy and maternity-related discrimination and disadvantage: first findings
- Department for Business, Innovation & Skills and Equality and Human Rights Commission
- Part of:
- Pregnancy and maternity-related discrimination and disadvantage, BIS research papers, and Labour market reform
- First published:
- 23 July 2015
Results of research on pregnancy and maternity-related discrimination and disadvantage in the workplace.
Pregnancy and maternity-related discrimination and disadvantage first findings: surveys of employers and mothers - BIS research paper 235
Ref: BIS/15/447 PDF, 1.83MB, 272 pages
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This research explores pregnancy and maternity-related discrimination in the workplace. The report provides the findings from interviews with over 3,000 mothers and over 3,000 employers in Great Britain.
The research was commissioned in collaboration with the Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC).
Published: 23 July 2015