We asked subscribers on the ITV News Facebook page their thoughts new research that found at least 25 percent of working mothers feel discriminated against in the work place while pregnant or after returning to their job.
Myrisha Connelly said: "This happened to me when I was expecting my child, and that was over 11 years ago."
Moises Sanchez said: "It's a stupid workaholic culture... leaving family behind... Companies and government need to stop being greedy...."
"My immediate bosses has been so supportive since I returned to work after my first child was born. Now I am pregnant again, they are great", Fiona Emslie said.
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