paternity leave


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paternity leave

n.
A leave of absence from work granted to a father to care for an infant.

paternity leave

n
1. (Law) a period of paid absence from work, in the UK currently two weeks, to which a man is legally entitled immediately after the birth of his child
2. (Industrial Relations & HR Terms) a period of paid or unpaid absence from work granted to a man by his employer immediately after the birth of his child

pater′nity leave`


n.
a leave of absence for a father to care for a new baby.
[1970–75]
Translations
otcovská dovolená
barselsorlov
isyysloma
porodiljni dopust za oca
父親の育児休暇
아버지의 육아 휴가
pappaledighet
การลาหยุดของพ่อเพื่อเลี้ยงดูลูกแรกเกิด
nghỉ sinh con của nam giới

paternity leave

paternity leave

أجازة رعاية طفل otcovská dovolená barselsorlov Vaterschaftsurlaub άδεια πατρότητας baja por paternidad, licencia por paternidad isyysloma congé de paternité porodiljni dopust za oca congedo di paternità 父親の育児休暇 아버지의 육아 휴가 vaderschapsverlof omsorgspermisjon urlop ojcowski licença de paternidade, licença paternidade отпуск в связи с отцовством pappaledighet การลาหยุดของพ่อเพื่อเลี้ยงดูลูกแรกเกิด babalık izni nghỉ sinh con của nam giới 父亲陪产假
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