Here is the final cut of my documentary The Motherhood Paradox.
Thank you Joeli, Jessica, Kate, Amy, John and Kamaljeet for being a part of my documentary and talking to me so openly about your own personal stories and experiences.
Unfortunately due to time restrictions I had to take out my interview with Frances and Toby Kemp. They will be added in the extended cut that will be posted later on this year.
I hope you enjoy it!
Don’t forget to share on Facebook and tweet the documentary.
Amy Shaw is not only pregnant but she is an employment lawyer at DC Solicitors in Hampshire. She gets weekly enquiries into pregnancy and maternity discrimination claims and what the process is. Amy lives by a few steps in which she goes through before letting her claimant take in to the tribunal.
Here’s some advice for women who are thinking of making a discrimination claim for Amy Shaw.
My next interview will be with Amy Shaw, an employment lawyer from Southampton, who will be talking to me about maternity discrimination and the procedures of discrimination tribunals.
She works at the DC Employment Solicitors firm in Southampton and loves being an employment lawyer.
She is pregnant herself so she can give me her personal view on maternity discrimination and if she has fears for the future for working mums.