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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The Bill's primary purpose was to provide an employment right, and to provide parental leave payments.
Even though parental leave is given with the agreement of the employer, it can't be denied, though it can be transferred to a different date," said Fakontis.
Shared Parental Leave meant that I could say yes when the opportunity came for me to take a promotion at work.
Parents can take their shared parental leave at the same time, or they can take it consecutively, so long as the total time does not exceed what is jointly available to the couple.
The Diversity and Inclusion Committee passed a resolution calling for a parental leave rule.
Recently, considerable interest in paid parental leave has emerged in the United States.
As a corporate society, there is an opportunity to challenge out-dated assumptions around maternal roles and take action to help make it more socially acceptable for men to take parental leave.
As a member of the Jaros, Baum & Bolles Incentives & Benefits Committee, I wrote a proposal for paid parental leave that was submitted for partnership consideration.
Schumeister explained that the enhanced parental leave policy lets members of the firm more easily transition into parenthood and balance the many demands of being a working parent.
CHICAGO * The Chicago archdiocese will begin July 1 offering its employees 12 weeks of paid parental leave, a move pioneered by Archbishop Blase Cupich to make the church more family-friendly, according to Catholic New World, the archdiocesan newspaper.
M2 EQUITYBITES-March 30, 2016-Celtra offers paid parental leave
TELECOMWORLDWIRE-March 30, 2016-Celtra offers paid parental leave

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