Does your workplace support staffers who are expecting/raising children?
Scroll to see the questions. Please only take this survey if you have employment experience in Pakistan.
Monthly income (in rupees)
10,000 - 30,000
35,000 - 50,000
55,000 - 100,000
How long have you worked with your current/last employer?
Less than a year
Over 6 years
How would you describe your job?
Government sector job
Private sector job
Does your workplace provide paid maternity/paternity leave?
Are you familiar with the maternity/paternity leave policies at your workplace?
Are you satisfied with the maternity/paternity leave policies at your workplace?
No (Please tell us why in the comments section)
How long do you think paid maternity leave should last?
Under three months
Would you feel comfortable telling your colleagues and superiors if you were expecting?
Do you think your office is supportive of staffers bringing their children to work?
Does your workplace have day-care facilities?
Who is the primary caregiver of your baby at home? (If applicable)
Did you have to leave work after having a child? (If applicable)
Yes, I quit
I was fired/forced to quit
I went part-time
If both you and your partner have day jobs, who takes care of the child/children in your absence? (If applicable)
Day care at work
Day care outside work
Nanny at home
The child's grandparents/other relatives
They are at school
Did you or your partner have to deprioritize work after the birth of your child/children? (If applicable)
Yes, my partner did
Yes, I did
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