parental leave

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parental leave

parental leave

(păr-ĕn-tăl)
The policy of allowing one or both parents to have leave from work following the birth of their child.
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According to the newly passed legislation, in the case a woman gives birth to twins, the maternity leave and allowance will be extended to 22 weeks and to 26 weeks if triplets are born.
Sarah can choose to start her maternity leave on any day as long as it isn't before the beginning of the 11th week before childbirth.
He said studies showed that from 145,000 women who had gone on a six-month maternity leave in the past 18 months, 47,000 of them--almost a third--were sacked when they tried to return to work.
Women accessing employer-based schemes less generous than the governments will only get a "top-up" government payment to take their total maternity leave benefit to $ 11,500.
Although there is a limited right to 45 days of maternity leave under UAE law, as in most areas of employment law, the Labour Law provides the minimum obligations and an employer is, of course, free to offer a longer period of paid or unpaid at their discretion.
Most prominently, every country in the world has implemented paid maternity leave except for Suriname, Papua New Guinea, and the United States.
Each complaint alleged that Wells Fargo s underwriting policy for its FHA-insured home mortgage loans and the implementation of its policy violated the Fair Housing Act by discriminating against women on maternity leave.
The employer's refusal to provide maternity leave in such a case "does not constitute discrimination on grounds of sex", it said.
A It's a good idea to get your maternity leave sorted out as soon as possible, so I'm going to write one reply for you today and one on paternity leave for your husband on Friday.
Maternity leave and annual leave or leave without pay up to 120 days may be combined from the start of maternity leave.
The study, which the National Bureau of Economic Research published in October, also noted that longer paid maternity leave "had little effect on a wide variety of outcomes, including children's school outcomes, parental earnings and participation in the labor market in the short or long run, completed fertility, marriage or divorce.
FDE has issued directives that all female teachers and female staff can obtain maternity leave only for 3 times and if they apply for fourth time, their request will not be acceded to.