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This was the first time many people got a glimpse in to the lives of an increasing number of families who have become homeless.

In a bid to fight her way out of poverty, Ms Fleming, who is a campaigner for the homeless, applied to Trinity College — an institution she felt was out of reach financially.

The mother and daughter have been living in emergency accommodation and last year they appeared in the RTÉ TV documentary, My Homeless Family.Frontier Airlines' maternity policy for pilots allows for 120 days of unpaid leave, but Kiedrowski says its female pilots can't afford to take that time off because they're forced to take mandatory unpaid leave at least eight weeks before giving birth.On top of that, the airline doesn't make accommodations for new mothers to pump breast milk after they return to work, said Kiedrowski, who made do by using airport family restrooms prior to reporting for duty and pumping again in aircraft lavatories right after landing."Upon arrival at the destination airport, I'd go to the aircraft lavatory and pump again, while cleaners, flight attendants and possibly the other pilot bang on the door because I am in there for 15 minutes, sometimes longer," said Kiedrowski, in a written statement recounting her experience.To avoid them, they should educate themselves—and their employees—about the law, work to eliminate any stigma associated with flextime in the office, and set clear policies about family-responsibilities discrimination.Most managers know to keep gender bias to themselves.

The mother and daughter have been living in emergency accommodation and last year they appeared in the RTÉ TV documentary, My Homeless Family.Frontier Airlines' maternity policy for pilots allows for 120 days of unpaid leave, but Kiedrowski says its female pilots can't afford to take that time off because they're forced to take mandatory unpaid leave at least eight weeks before giving birth.On top of that, the airline doesn't make accommodations for new mothers to pump breast milk after they return to work, said Kiedrowski, who made do by using airport family restrooms prior to reporting for duty and pumping again in aircraft lavatories right after landing."Upon arrival at the destination airport, I'd go to the aircraft lavatory and pump again, while cleaners, flight attendants and possibly the other pilot bang on the door because I am in there for 15 minutes, sometimes longer," said Kiedrowski, in a written statement recounting her experience.To avoid them, they should educate themselves—and their employees—about the law, work to eliminate any stigma associated with flextime in the office, and set clear policies about family-responsibilities discrimination.Most managers know to keep gender bias to themselves.“I’ve gotten mastitis before,” she said, “it makes you really sick,” referring to an infection, often caused by a backup of milk.