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UK MNer with at least one child: please take a survey for MNHQ - £100 to be won! NOW CLOSED

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AnnMumsnet (MNHQ) Thu 30-Apr-15 12:52:20

Ahead of Workfest, our fab one-day event dedicated to women and work, we'd like to know your views on jobs after you become a parent.

Please take a few minutes to complete this survey - it's open to all UK MNers who have at least one child (of any age).

Everyone who completes the survey and adds their email address at the end will be entered into a prize draw where one MNer will win a £100 voucher for the store of their choice.

Here's the link again:


MrsHathaway Thu 30-Apr-15 13:11:43

Done, but q8 had different answers for my 3 children and only one response allowed.

And q12 still has draft notes on it...

domesticslattern Thu 30-Apr-15 13:22:00

You need to look at Q12 pronto!

AnnMumsnet (MNHQ) Thu 30-Apr-15 13:32:08

smile thanks!
And Q8 I have added a note on.

StickChildNumberTwo Thu 30-Apr-15 13:35:15

I've just filled it in but when I submitted it it took me to a blank version of the form, so I've no idea whether it's actually gone anywhere or not.

exWifebeginsat40 Thu 30-Apr-15 14:07:55

why are people still using survey monkey? it's unprofessional.

QuietNinjaTardis Thu 30-Apr-15 14:48:01


ouryve Thu 30-Apr-15 16:04:39

What should people be using, exWife? Please do enlighten everybody.

OriginalHugsy Thu 30-Apr-15 17:33:24

Done, I never win anything but always worth a try!

DiaDeLosMuertos Thu 30-Apr-15 20:50:40

Done. Quite an interesting survey!

Ladyface Fri 01-May-15 11:44:01


Orangeisthenewbanana Fri 01-May-15 14:40:55


girliefriend Fri 01-May-15 16:21:49


twirlypoo Fri 01-May-15 16:31:50

Done smile

iwantavuvezela Fri 01-May-15 17:26:21

Could the heading read with one or more children, rather than with at least one child!

Well, my responses won't make sense as it assumes you are still in the job you had before and immediately after maternity leaves. I started off answering about my current job (all positive) then the questions went on to the job I returned to after mat. leaves which was a pretty negative experience. I've ditched out and not bothered submitting it, as there's nowhere to explain.

GreenShadow Sat 02-May-15 07:45:47

Yes, agree with others. Answers were a bit of a mix of current job and post maternity leave job.

Also, on the mobile site, every time I tried to tick a certain box on Q5 it jumped to Q15 so I had to leave it un ticked.

Snafu33 Sat 02-May-15 18:41:30


AnneOfCleavage Sat 02-May-15 19:26:08


5madthings Sat 02-May-15 20:47:52


43cupsoftea Sat 02-May-15 22:40:45

Done. Made me think!

NewNameFor2015 Sat 02-May-15 22:49:15

I answered, but where it says pick your top 3 considerations since having children, I chose n/a haven't returned to work, but thinking about it, I still have considerations. I didn't return to work because thoes considerations couldnt be met.

rainbowdashpony Sun 03-May-15 08:00:01

Never felt any reason to slow down. Since having my first I was firstly promoted twice. One of these was a few months after maternity leave (only time I have ever take it as other times returned after 2 weeks). I am now in a profession that pays me double what I was paid pre first baby. We don't use childcare at present as have too many children, no family support or cleaner. Dh also works although it has took a bit of a back seat for now due to amount of children we have.

kungfupidge Sun 03-May-15 09:43:00

all done ! some interesting questions that made me think.

meglet Sun 03-May-15 18:07:15


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