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    I can only get care one day a week {fridays} but could also work weekends when dp is home. I am trying to source childcare but most of my wage will be eaten up with that. This arrangement is my choice. In the 7 years since I started there was only one other mother with a new baby so they were stumped how to handle it and she ended up resigning as the role she was offered to return to was not what she wanted to do. I would be entitled to a lunch break so would have to use that and pump in my car or local shopping centre parents room. If I can get childcare for other days I can work at the one place. Its a smallish office not a franchise or big organisation so nothing in my contract. Can I aak a new contract be written or just work with what I have got?

    All this is causing me such stress.

    ♥me & he = ds 17/9/13♥

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    My current contract allows non conflicting work elsewhere as long as they are told and it doesn't interfere with them

    ♥me & he = ds 17/9/13♥


 

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