It's not the first time the television presenter has been questioned over her parenting methods.
"Prime Minister Ardern is showing that no one is better qualified to represent her country than a working mother."
Charlene Ford is returning to her role in the West End on a job share basis
Both presenters have received a backlash on social media about their childcare arrangements.
The woman has filed a human rights complaint over her former employer's demand she wear a bra at work
A woman says received a letter saying her job application was rejected because of her name. A woman says her job application at a health clinic was rejected because her name is too “ghetto,” but the company claims it’s the victim of a hack job. On Monday, Hermeisha Robinson, 27, shared a Facebook screenshot of an email she received from Mantality Health, a medical office in Chesterfield, Mo. She wrote: “I am very upset because today I received an email about this job that I applied for as a customer service representative…I know I’m well-qualified for the position as they seen on my resume.
A popular dating trend has entered the workplace, leaving bosses and recruiters alike scrambling to make job offers - and retain candidates.
"They talk a good game but even at the BBC there isn’t a crèche, there isn’t a room where you can express, there isn’t a fridge where you can keep your milk.”
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