Equality bill brings maternity coaching to the forefront

Maternity coaching looks set to become more widespread as employers gear up to level the playing field for women, in anticipation of the equality bill coming into force in autumn 2010. Liz Hall The bill will replace a number of other laws, including the Sex Discrimination Act 1975 and the Disability Discrimination Act 1995, and it will put a new “equality duty” on public bodies. Jennifer Liston-Smith, co-founder and coaching and research director of consultancy Managing Maternity, predicted a rise in maternity coaching. “If the equality bill becomes law, it will affect both the private and public sector, but public-sector […]

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