6 months postpartum leave

6 months postpartum leave

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The biggest question mark in the mind of working mother candidates
allow the baby to spend enough time after work
whether or not. The law in force now gives birth to mothers
8 weeks before and 8 weeks after birth
It allows up to 18 weeks in multiple pregnancies. This
At the end of the period, the working mother can use the leave for another 6 months
can't get paid in order.

The new law discussed in the TGNA to change this situation,
promises to allow mothers to spend more time with their babies.

DHas my son been allowed to post 6 months?

With the arrangement made first on the officer's unpaid leave
one year for each year of their vacation periods and every three years
will be given a degree elevation for the adjustment will be provided. For now after 6 months of leave after birth unfortunately positive answer to
we are unable to. However, to compensate for this, it is “based on part-time work”.
another law is on the agenda. According to this law, working mother who gave birth 8 weeks
In addition to postnatal leave, part-time
Able to work. This time is 2nd and 3rd.
Births can go up to 4 and 6 months.

For those who want to work part-time longer than this time
There is also a way out. From parents until their children start primary school
one can continue to work part-time, but the time it does not work
can't charge. In order to benefit from this law, every mother and father
they both need to be working. If someone is not working,
the other parent cannot exercise part-time work.

so Post-natal
Has it been 6 months?
while asking a different arrangement encountered
In addition to all these, with the new arrangement given to father candidates
the period of postnatal leave is also expected to be extended.

As a result birth
Has the post-leave been 6 months?
No, but not to parents.
more time with their children.

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