maternity leave


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maternity leave

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(Industrial Relations & HR Terms) a period of paid absence from work, in Britain currently six months, to which a woman is legally entitled during the months immediately before and after childbirth
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While by UAE law, private sector organisations are required to provide 45 days paid maternity leave, many private companies voluntarily offer longer leaves.
4113, which bats for expanded maternity leave benefits for female workers in both the public and private sectors.
Representatives of women's associations in Muscat have denied conducting any campaign to seek extension in maternity leave.
Senator Risa Hontiveros urged the House of Representatives on Monday to act on a bill that would extend paid maternity leave, decrying the current 60 days a 'serious public health risk.
A lawmaker on Tuesday urged House leaders to immediately approve one of its priority bills seeking to increase the mandatory maternity leave for female workers from 60 to 100 days.
Summary: Female employee shall be entitled to maternity leave with full pay for a period of 45 days.
The provision of maternity leave is one such instrument of facilitation.
KARACHI -- The Sindh Assembly of Tuesday passed a private resolution to grant 90-day paid maternity leave to the women working in private sector of the province.
KARACHI -- The Provincial Assembly of (PA) Sindh Tuesday passed a private resolution to grant 90-day paid maternity leave to the women working in private sector of the province.
Q If says from mat I worked part-time before maternity leave, can my employer insist I return full-time?
Further to the amendment, Article (88) defines all types of leave granted to officers under this Law, including annual leave, sick leave, maternity leave, paternity leave, bereavement leave, Haj leave, emergency leave, study leave, leave without pay and administrative leave.
based cooperative discriminated against women on maternity leave by denying them mortgages.