Maternal Bias and the Legal WorkplaceDecember 16 2015
by Trupti Kulkarni
From the point of view of women lawyers seeking a change in job or wanting to move their careers in a different direction, motherhood is often quoted as the top reason for doing so.
One of the first organizations I worked with was an American multinational conglomerate. They had a great work culture and wonderful, employee-friendly initiatives. Being one of the first people to join the process, I was doing well for myself and my clients were happy. But despite the . . .
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