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That an appropriate session on the University’s policies around parental leave, support for breastfeeding mothers and women returning to work be included in professional development and training for managers and heads of department.

11. Effective implementation of these recommendations should have a significant impact on the employment conditions of women returning to work. An interim progress report six months after commencement of the project and a full report on achievements twelve months after commencement would be appropriate. It would be expected that a follow–up project in the future would indicate higher levels of satisfaction in the provisions available for women returning to work. Recommendation 11. That, following initial six and twelve-month progress reports, this project be repeated in three to five years time to evaluate advances in support provided to women returning to work. April 2007

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