parental leave

(redirected from Adoption leave)
Also found in: Dictionary, Financial.

parental leave

(păr-ĕn-tăl)
The policy of allowing one or both parents to have leave from work following the birth of their child.
References in periodicals archive ?
He said the council was faced with a "legal quagmire" -- with no official guidelines in place for councillors in Scotland to take adoption leave.
Non-gazetted police officers of Grade-I reported that there were no provisions for unpaid maternity/paternity/adoption leave in the police departments, but there were provisions for paid maternity leave (100 percent), paid paternity leave (100 percent), and paid adoption leave (60 percent).
While on maternity, paternity or adoption leave, employees are also allowed up to 10 "keeping-intouch days" (KITS) or 20 "shared-parental-in-touch days" (SPLITS), without ending their leave or pay.
authorization from Congress to provide two weeks of adoption leave to
They've launched a diversity dashboard that shows senior leaders how well objectives are being met and last year introduced a three week, fully-paid maternity or adoption leave, available in addition to the company's short-term disability leave.
Surrogate parents will also become eligible for adoption leave.
We recommend companies develop new policies to deal with this new right and to make consequential amendments to their existing maternity, paternity and adoption leave policies.
A guide has been published to help workers and employers understand new rights on sharing maternity or adoption leave.
How much notice do I have to provide to my workplace for taking adoption leave?
For the Court of Justice, EU law does not guarantee maternity or adoption leave to a mother who has used a surrogate to have a baby

Full browser ?