'Better Conversations at Work' Series, BACP

First article in series 'Becoming a Dad'

Second article, 'New parents and emotional wellbeing'

Second article, 'New parents and emotional wellbeing'

Better conversations at work about becoming a working dad, working fathers

Jane calls for better conversations at work to support staff with life-changing situations. January 19 issue of Workplace, published by the BACP

Second article, 'New parents and emotional wellbeing'

Second article, 'New parents and emotional wellbeing'

Second article, 'New parents and emotional wellbeing'

New parent employees emotional well being, new parents at work

Jane calls for better conversations at work to support staff with life-changing situations. April 19 issue of Workplace, published by the BACP.

Third article in series 'When babies need extra care'

Second article, 'New parents and emotional wellbeing'

Third article in series 'When babies need extra care'

better conversations at work about when babies need extra care

Jane calls for better conversations at work with life-changing situations. July issue of Workplace published by the BACP.

Fourth article in series 'Baby loss'

Fifth article in series 'Supporting employees with a disabled child'

Third article in series 'When babies need extra care'

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Jane discusses how employers can support parents through losing a baby. October issue of Workplace published by the BACP.

Fifth article in series 'Supporting employees with a disabled child'

Fifth article in series 'Supporting employees with a disabled child'

Fifth article in series 'Supporting employees with a disabled child'

How Employers can support parents with disabled child

Jane shares what employers need to know to have better conversations with employees.  January issue of Workplace published by BACP

Sixth article in series 'Having a child with mental health issues'

Fifth article in series 'Supporting employees with a disabled child'

Fifth article in series 'Supporting employees with a disabled child'

How to support parent employees. April issue of Workplace published by the BACP

Jane advises on how to support employees at work and home. April issue of Workplace published by the BACP

Maternity programmes are of value "When mothers return to work"

Masterclass "How to retain women after maternity leave"

Maternity programmes are of value "When mothers return to work"

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Find out how maternity programmes are of value to women and their employers when they return to work after maternity leave.  Published in Workplace, October 18

Is a member of your team returning to work in the New Year?

Masterclass "How to retain women after maternity leave"

Maternity programmes are of value "When mothers return to work"

Returning to work after an extended break

If a member of your team is returning to work after an extended break, it's not too late, here's what to do..

Masterclass "How to retain women after maternity leave"

Masterclass "How to retain women after maternity leave"

Masterclass "How to retain women after maternity leave"

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Masterclass article "How to retain women after maternity leave" published in People Management magazine Sept 17

Supporting the mental health of new parent employees

How neuroscience can improve the experience of new parent returners

Masterclass "How to retain women after maternity leave"

Support the mental health of new parent employees

What employers need to know about new parent employees suffering with mental health issues

How neuroscience can improve the experience of new parent returners

How neuroscience can improve the experience of new parent returners

How neuroscience can improve the experience of new parent returners

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Read our article published in Inclusion Insights, Inclusive Employers, May 17

Tips for mangers of exiting parents

How neuroscience can improve the experience of new parent returners

How neuroscience can improve the experience of new parent returners

How to manage employees going on parental break

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