Director 'chastises' employee for being open about period pains

Director 'chastises' employee for being open about period pains

It has raised questions around diversity in the workplace...

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  • Ali
    Ali
    Tue, 1 Aug 2017 10:12am BST
    I say it shows commitment from her if she still came into work when obviously in pain. They are lucky to have her.
  • User
    User
    Mon, 17 Jul 2017 9:33am BST
    If she had just said "none of your business" she would still have been hauled up in front of HR. Women can never win in the work place

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