Rhestr darllen gwahaniaethu ar sail beichiogrwydd a mamolaeth

Detholiad o lyfrau allweddol ac erthyglau siwrnal yw’r canlynol ar wahaniaethu ar sail beichiogrwydd a mamolaeth:

Adams, L, McAndrew, F, Winterbotham, M (2005) Pregnancy discrimination at work: A survey of women, Manchester: Equal Opportunities Commission.

Adams, L, Winterbotham, M, Oldfield, K (2015) Pregnancy and maternity-related discrimination and disadvantage: First findings: Surveys of employers and mothers, London: Department for Business, Innovation and Skills and the Equality and Human Rights Commission.

Alakeson, V. (2012) The price of motherhood: women and part-time work London: Resolution Foundation.

Chanfreau, J., Gowland, S., Lancaster, Z., Poole, E., Tipping, S. and Toomse, M. (2009)Maternity and Paternity Rights and Women Returners Survey 2009/10. DWP Research Report no. 777. London: Department for Work and Pensions.

Davis, S, Neathey, F, Regan, J (2005) Pregnancy discrimination at work: A qualitative study,Manchester: Equal Opportunities Commission.

Department for Business, Innovation and Skills (2014) Maternity and paternity leave and flexible working arrangements: employer perceptions, London: Department for Business, Innovation and Skills.

Department for Work and Pensions (2013) Maternity and Paternity Rights Survey, 2009-2010, Colchester: UK Data Archive.

Ellison,G, Barker, A, Kulasuriya, T (2009) Work and Care: A Study of Modern Parents,Research Report 15, Manchester: Equality and Human Rights Commission.

Equal Opportunities Commission (2005) Greater expectations: Final report of the EOC's investigation into discrimination against new and expectant mothers in the workplace,Manchester: Equal Opportunities Commission.

Equal Opportunities Commission/Lloyds TSB (2007) Toolkit for employers: Managing employees who are pregnant or new parents, Manchester: Equal Opportunities Commission.

Fagan, C, Norman, H (2012) ‘Trends and social divisions in maternal employment patterns following maternity leave in the UK’ International Journal of Sociology and Social Policy 32(9/10) pp.544-560 .

Gatrell, C. (2011) “I’m a bad mum’: Pregnant presenteeism and poor

health at work”, Social Science & Medicine, 72(4), February, pp. 478 -485.

Gatrell, C. (2013) “Maternal body work: How women managers and professionals negotiate pregnancy and new motherhood at work”, Human Relations, 66 (5),pp. 621-644.

Gatrell, C. (2014) 'Monstrous motherhood versus magical maternity?: an exploration of conflicting attitudes to maternity within health discourses and organizational settings', Equality, Diversity and Inclusion: An International Journal, 7(33),pp.633- 647.

Hogarth, T. and Elias, P. (2004) Pregnancy Discrimination at Work: Modelling the Costs. EOC Working Paper Series no. 39. Manchester: Equal Opportunities Commission. (Available from EHRC Research Team).

Hudson, M., Lissenburgh, S. and Sahin-Dikmen, M. (2004) Maternity and Paternity Rights in Britain 2002: Survey of Parents. DWP Report no. 131. London: Department for Work and Pensions.

Income Data Services (2015) Maternity and parental rights: employment law handbook, London: Thomson Reuters.

Institute of Management and Leadership (2014) Shared Opportunity: Parental leave in UK businesses, London: Institute of Management and Leadership.

James, G. (2004) Pregnancy Discrimination at Work. EOC Working Paper Series no. 14. Manchester: Equal Opportunities Commission.

James, G. (2011) 'The law relating to pregnancy and maternity leave'. In H. Conley and T. Wright (eds.), Gower Handbook of Discrimination at Work. London: Gower, 47-56.

Jordan, E, Thomas A P, Kitching, J.W (2014) Employment regulation: employer perceptions of maternity and paternity leave and flexible working arrangements, London: Department for Business and Innovation.

Maternity Now (2013) Overdue – a plan of action to tackle pregnancy discrimination now,London: Maternity Action.

McKinley,S, Allen, R (2015) Shared parental rights and discrimination, Equal Opportunities Review, 254, pp.19-20.

Mumsnet (2013) ‘Survey into the experiences of women returning to work after starting a family’.

National Childbirth Trust (2009) The experiences of women returning to work after maternity leave in the UK London: National Childbirth Trust.

National Childbirth Trust (2014) Tackling the parent penalty London: National Childbirth Trust.

O'Hagan, A, Anderson, P, Gillespie, M (2013) Scottish Government Equality Outcomes: Pregnancy and Maternity Evidence Review, Edinburgh: Scottish Government.

Russell, H, Watson, D, Banks, J (2011) Pregnancy at Work: A national survey, London: HSE Crisis Pregnancy Programme and the Equality Authority.

Russell, H. and Banks, J. (2011) Pregnancy and Employment: A Literature Review. London: HSE Crisis Pregnancy Programme and the Equality Authority.

Schober, P. (2013) “The parenthood effect on gender inequality: Explaining the change in paid and domestic work when British couples become parents”, European Sociological Review, 29, February, pp.74-85.

Slater & Gordon (2013) Press Release: Mums Face Discrimination in the Workplace,August  8th.

Trades Union Congress (2014) The Pregnancy Test: Ending discrimination at work for new mothers, London: Trades Union Congress.

Ward, R (2011) Health and equality impacts of well-paid parental leave London: Women’s Health and Equality Consortium and Maternity Action.

Woodroofe,J. (2009) Not having it all: how motherhood reduces women's pay and employment prospects, London: Fawcett Society.

Young, V. and Morrell, J. (2005) Pregnancy Discrimination at Work: A Survey of Employers.EOC Working Paper Series no. 20. Manchester: Equal Opportunities Commission.

Young, V. and Morrell, J. (2005) Pregnancy Discrimination at Work: A Survey of Employers in Scotland. EOC Working Paper Series no. 21. Manchester: Equal Opportunities Commission.

Young, V. and Morrell, J. (2005) Pregnancy Discrimination at Work: A Survey of Employers in Wales. EOC Working Paper Series no. 22. Manchester: Equal Opportunities Commission.

Diweddarwyd ddiwethaf: 18 Sep 2017