Parents returning to work who receive coaching or mentoring find their feet much faster than those who don’t, suggests research by Nicki Seignot and Jane Moffett into what helps and hinders parents when they return to work after parental leave. Key ingredients for successful support of returner parents include flexible working, keeping good lines of communication open, planned onboarding and setting realistic expectations about getting back up to speed, line manager support, career plans in the context of parenting, and employer support for breastfeeding, says the report. The report has...

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