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Title: Thinking of going back to work?
Authors: Borg, Anna
Keywords: Working mothers -- Social aspects
Working mothers -- Social conditions
Motherhood -- Social aspects
Stay-at-home mothers -- Social aspects
Stay-at-home mothers -- Social conditions
Issue Date: 2011
Publisher: Employment & Training Corporation
Citation: Borg, A. (2011). Thinking of going back to work? Employment & Training Corporation, Hal Far.
Abstract: If you are seeking information on how to make the switch from a full-time stay-at-home mother to a working mother - this is the publication for you. It gives you essential information and is full of useful tips that will help you return back to work successfully. It deals with many questions that mothers are likely to ask as they return to paid employment. It touches upon important issues such as working mother guilt. It provides practical help such as how to find quality child care in your locality. It provides updated information on your rights and the available tax incentives and benefits for you. It includes a focus on retraining and how to start your own business. Finally, the publication also offers you real-life case studies of inspiring women who have gone through the process and who are willing to share their experience with you.
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