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30 Apr 14 #431925 by Marshy_
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Declan wrote:

On the whole , maybe our employers are supportive of staff going through divorce . Or are they ?


I think it depends. And largely it depends on the relationship you have with your boss. I had a good boss who overlooked the times when I fell asleap at work as crashed. I was just given a little nudge and nothing was said.

But your job as a single person is the key driver to your life. It will allow you to pay for everything to get out of this mess and be the key driver for afterwards. So I would hit that peddle hard for now. Thats what I did. But later on, I used that driver to get me a better job and I have not looked back. C

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30 Apr 14 #431934 by blonde cazza
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I was very lucky with my boss.I tried to carry on as normal but was given 2 weeks paid leave and my hours were changed to go around school runs etc.I think my co workers were supportive as well which all helps.
I have just had my yearly review where I was given a glowing report as ive hit all my targets but work was an area I was able to focus on almost like a release.
I haven''t found being a single parent hard at all.

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