Working Mother

career coach

Q:I’ve just returned from maternity leave, and I got a job offer from another company. I’m worried my bosses and co-workers who covered for me will feel used if I accept. What should I do?

You aren’t the first mom to be in this position, so you can ditch that guilt for considering leaving. To decide, Nancy Mellard, executive vice president and general counsel for CBIZ Employee Services and the national leader of CBIZ Women’s Advantage,

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