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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Unpaid parental leave needs to be taken in weekly blocks, unless the employer agrees to a shorter period, and must be requested 21 days in advance.
ANMF federal secretary Lee Thomas says many thousands of nurses and midwives may lose the government PPL entitlement if they plan to have a baby after 1 July 2016, as a result of the Fairer Paid Parental Leave Bill 2015.
Employee rights are not usually affected when they take maternity, paternity, adoption or parental leave.
Charles said: "One of the things that many employers don't understand is that a male employee on shared parental leave will essentially have the same protection as a female employee on maternity leave.
We need a parental leave system that recognises that all families are different and removes the outdated idea that a mother must stay at home to look after a new born baby.
By providing parental leave to both mothers and fathers, the university can encourage and enable sharing of parental responsibilities and ensure the success of all parents in the GTF community.
Applicants for employment after parental leave (up to about 1 year after), who are known by the Labour Office of the Czech Republic in the Central Region.
The paid parental leave will be extended from 14 to 16 weeks starting April 1, 2015.
Norway was the first country in 1993 to reserve four weeks of well-paid parental leave exclusively for fathers.
Global Banking News-December 20, 2013--Shareholders urge NAB chairman to challenge parental leave proposal
Today the organisation is calling for the introduction of transferable parental leave for grandparents that would include a statutory right for them to return to their jobs.
France trails peers in pay equality, parental leave Equality law to extend board parity to public sector Paris: Frenchmen will be encouraged to take more parental leave and state firms will have to bring more women onto their boards under plans unveiled on Wednesday that aim to improve gender equality in a country that trails its developed-world peers.

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