Ursula Tavender, of Mumbelievable, to speak on Equality, Human Rights Commision and Working Mums: Postponed
17:30 to 20:00

This event has been postponed and will be rescheduled, probably  November 2018.

Topic: Equality, Human Rights Commision and Working Mums

Speaker: Ursula Tavender, of Mumbelievable

Date: Tuesday 18 September 2018 

Time: 5.30 pm to 8pm

Venue:  Ordnance Survey, Explorer House, Adadnac Drive, Southampton, SO16 0AS  

Parking is available, but booking essential and  proof of identity such a passport must be presented.

Map at https://www.google.com/maps/place/Ordnance+Survey/@50.9380691,-1.5056741,13z/data=!4m5!3m4!1s0x47d8709df88c2f2f:0x605491c8151218b1!8m2!3d50.9380


Booking via   https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/hants-digital-women-sept-18-meet-tickets-49885771686?ref=enivtefor001&invite=MTUwMDYzNTIvbWFyZ2FyZXQucm9zc0Bzb2xlbnQu


Cost: Free and open to both BCS and Non-BCS Members, but please booking essential via  the above link.



This is a joint event with the Hants Digital Women, BCS Hampshire Branch, BCSWomen, and Ordnance Survey ,  Details of this and other BCS future events at http://www.hampshire.bcs.org


Currently around 54,000 mothers are leaving the UK workforce each year and the average cost to replace them is £30,000.


Recent research found that up to 77% of mothers report experiencing some form of discrimination while pregnant, on maternity leave or upon their return.

Being a working parent is tough. Too many parents are struggling to achieve a healthy balance between nurturing their families and thriving within the careers they love. Too many employers are losing talented people who happen to be parents; for a whole host of reasons. It doesn’t have to be this way.

Being part of an organisation that creates a conscious culture in which parents and carers are supported means employees experience reduced stress, improved wellbeing and increased motivation which translates into higher levels of performance, productivity, and commitment to their employer.

Please join us to find out more about how you could influence change in your workplace and learn about the tangible business benefits of supporting working parents and carers.

Ursula Tavender set up Mumbelievable in 2015 and now she’s on a mission to support and empower a million mums to rebuild their confidence and reconnect with themselves through her live events, online programmes and confidence-boosting products. She now support companies to engage and retain talented employees by developing bespoke in-house live events to help them regain confidence and manage the emotional and logistical demands of being a working parent so they can become happier and more successful.