Pregnancy can be the most tumultuous phase in a working woman’s life. There are a lot of emotional and biological changes taking place in the body that can rob her of all the energy. In such a situation, cooperation from employees and other senior authorities is the least she expects from the workplace. A new ad, by Prega News, has been shot on similar lines and is an ode to all those audacious women who continue to work during pregnancy.
Watch it here:
The ad, released a few days before Mother’s Day, shows how an expecting mother in a company gets shocked seeing her desk cleared. It’s only later that she realizes that her boss wanted her to shift to a lower floor so that it becomes convenient for her to work. What surprised her more is the fact that her new cabin was well-suited to her needs. There was ALSO a heart-warming message lying in her cabin with a Mother’s Day wish. The message, as per the ad, is from her second home — people at her workplace.
A few moments later, the boss enters and says,”Becoming a mother is not easy. We’re just trying to make it less difficult for you.” The woman bubbles over with joy seeing the company’s beautiful gesture.
The video urges companies to be more sensitive to the needs of pregnant working women. It is only with such policies that they will be able to work stress-free, without exerting themselves too much
The beautiful message conveyed through the video has reached the masses and collected over 2.2 million views on YouTube.
Touched by the ad, a lot of people took to twitter-:
— Rishi Vashistha (@rishivashistha) May 5, 2017
— Nikhil Sharma (@nkmachhral) May 4, 2017
— Shruti Basu (@shruti_s_basu) May 4, 2017
SheThePeople.Tv hopes more such ads will strike a chord with people as it is important to initiate the dialogue around pregnant working women and their needs. And that’s exactly the spirit of Mother’s Day!
Charvi Is An Intern With SheThePeople.TV
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