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WORK AND PARENTS

Who is entitled to take statutory paternity leave?

A woman’s right to take statutory maternity leave commences on day one of employment - no qualifying service is needed. But what about the right to take two weeks’ statutory paternity leave - when does it start? More...

WORK AND PARENTS

Q&A - paternity leave before the birth?

PATERNITY LEAVE

A new right to four weeks’ paid paternity leave?

There have been numerous reports in the media that ordinary paternity leave and pay rights will both soon be enhanced. How likely is this to happen and what is the earliest point that paternity leave can start? More...

WORK AND PARENTS

Q&A - the first day for shared parental leave?

PATERNITY RIGHTS

additional paternity leave: what’s happening?

WORK AND PARENTS

New dads to get a paid month off?

It’s been reported that there are plans to give new fathers the statutory right to four weeks’ paid leave in the first year of their child’s life. Do you need to be concerned about this latest family-friendly idea? More...

MATERNITY

Antenatal care: what must you pay for?

An area that often causes much uncertainty for employers is time off to attend antenatal care appointments. So what must you allow and does this type of absence always have to be paid? More...

PATERNITY LEAVE

Plans to extend paid paternity leave

You’ve probably heard about the government’s controversial plans to give fathers more than five months’ paid paternity leave. But is it a done deal? More...

PATERNITY LEAVE

Requesting proof of APL rights

Over the next few months employers will start receiving requests for additional paternity leave. Should you get one, you have the right to demand proof of eligibility. But what information can an employee be asked to produce? More...

PATERNITY LEAVE

Ten months’ leave for new fathers?

Apparently, new fathers will soon be given the right to take up to ten months’ paternity leave. Are these reports accurate, or is it more media scare tactics? More...
Last updated: 15.01.2019

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