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Workplace Management and Social Environment Hazards

by Guest
Posted August 10 2010 02:40pm
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Some precautions a pregnant woman might take include:

  • Work with your supervisor and co-workers to reduce your workload during pregnancy.
  • Do not try to overcompensate for upcoming pregnancy/maternity leave by doing extra work in advance in order to lighten the impact of your leaving. The stress of doing this is not good for you or your baby.
  • Decline most requests for evening and weekend work. Pregnancy is demanding on your mind and body, and you need your rest and relaxation. 
  • If there are office policies or procedures that are having a negative impact on you, speak to your supervisor. Try to change them or receive an exemption during your pregnancy.

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