So me and my OH work in the same place and today I was meant to be working 2-10 today. This morning I couldn't stop being sick but I still went into work. At work I threw up and couldn't move without feeling dizzy. My manager said I could go home and it was fine. But as soon as I left she was slagging me off to OH saying I was being treated differently because we are together. I also heard that another member of staff has been slagging me off saying I'm being treated differently. It makes me angry because I'm 8 months pregnant. I'm shoved on till. Made to do all the shit jobs and i dont complain yet people think its okay to treat me different!
Sorry this is pointless but I'm angry.
Of corse you should be treated differently / get special treatment your f**king pregnant weather its 1month or 9 your employers have a legal obligation to make sure there is no risk or discomfort to you and your baby do they not get that your growing a human being inside you its not exactly easy and if they have a problem carrying out that obligation then suggest they can suspend you on full pay until you take your maternity leave . uuurrrggggg sorry im so pissed off for you hope its better for the remainder of your pregnancy if not politely remind them of your risk assesment o
Luckily I only have until next monday then I'm off on maternity leave. My OH is higher up than me but does not treat me differently at all. We hardly work together and when we do he treats me exactly the same as everyone else. Thanks guys just had to let it off my chest x
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