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- Government consults on major changes to parental leave rights. // Employers Law;Jun2011, p4
The article focuses on the consultation launched by the Government on the proposed revisions for parental leave and other aspects of employment such as paternity and maternity leaves for sharing time offs between parents after birth.
- The juggling act. Friedman, Dana // Working Mother;Dec97/Jan98, p96
Presents a question and answer segment as it relates to parental leave with reference to the Family and Medical Leave Act.
- Data file: paternity rights. // Personnel Today;1/21/2003, p15
Presents information about the rights to paternity leave and pay that will be available to employees whose children are expected to be born under the Employment Act 2002 in Great Britain. Eligibility for statutory paternity pay; Amount and timing of leave; Rights during paternity leave.
- Rules add confusion. Verespej, Michael A. // Industry Week/IW;9/20/93, Vol. 242 Issue 18, p71
Discusses the interpretations of the Family & Medical Leave Act. Twelve weeks of unpaid leave for a variety of family and medical reasons; Clarification of conditions wherein employers can recover the cost of health-care premiums; Increased probability of misconstruing nearly all illness as...
- Green paper boosts parental leave. // Financial Management;Jan2001, p5
Focuses on the working rights proposal given to the British government which aims to extend parental leave. Criticisms on the proposal; Provisions of the proposal; Approval of trade unions on the proposal.
- Small companies ignore parental leave legislation. Lamb, Jon // People Management;12/16/99, Vol. 5 Issue 24, p12
Focuses on employment law in Great Britain. Issue on parental leave laws; Provision under the parental leave law; Concern of employers on the issue.
- Born to be filed. Aikin, Olga // People Management;10/28/1999, Vol. 5 Issue 21, p27
Discusses the parental leave directive in Great Britain. Amendment of the leave's three categories; Definition of parent under the 1989 Children Act; Information on the Employment Relations Act.
- EDITOR'S COMMENT. O'Reilly, Noel // Employers Law;Apr2014, p3
The article argues on employment laws and cutting red tape for employers in the Great Britain which include tribunal fee, parental leave, and the Equality Act.
- Parental leave. Keyms, Derian // Enterprise (13503030);Dec2002/Jan2003, Issue 42, p53
Reports that increased maternity rights and the introduction of both paternity and adoption leave are poised to take effect on April 6, 2003 in Great Britain. Requirements for employees; Choices given to employed fathers; Increase in the ordinary maternity leave entitlement; Duration of the...