Cost-utility analysis of a one-time supervisor telephone contact at 6-weeks post-partum to prevent extended sick leave following maternity leave in The Netherlands: results of an economic evaluation alongside a randomized controlled trial
- Break for baby. // Shape;Apr2014, p168
The article discusses the concept of maternity leave and mentions statistics and effects of maternity leave taken for different periods, focusing on postpartum depression.
- Keep everything under control. // British Baker;4/22/2011, Special section p3
The article focuses on informing employee on maternity leave about her expected return date.
- Tribunal rules post-natal depression dismissal not discriminatory. Crawford, Robert // Employee Benefits;3/11/2014, p2
The article reports that the Employment Appeals Tribunal (EAT) has announced that absence of employees because of post-natal depression after maternity leave will not be covered under the Section 18 (S18) of the Equality Act 2010. The decision has been taken by the EAT after the case Lyons v...
- Long leave to beat baby blues. // Down to Earth;1/1/2014, Vol. 22 Issue 16, p38
The article presents research noting the better chance of post-partum depression avoidance when women have long leave after pregnancy in the U.S.
- The Mailbag. Fox, Michael W. // HR Specialist: Texas Employment Law;Sep2015, Vol. 10 Issue 9, p8
The article presents questions and answers related to employees, which include the accommodation for an employees returning from maternity leave who request for a room designated for breast milk pumping and payment for interns in a dental office.
- Longer maternity leave reduces depression risk. Hester, Miranda // Contemporary OB/GYN;Jan2014, Vol. 59 Issue 1, p1
The article discusses a study on the link between longer maternity leave and the lower risk of developing postpartum depressive syndrome that was published in the "Journal of Health Politics, Policy and Law." Topics covered include the collection of data from more than 800 women in the U.S. aged...
- What it means to love mothers. Khúc, Mimi // Briarpatch;Jul/Aug2014, Vol. 43 Issue 4, p4
The article offers the author's insights regarding the responsibility of mothers and motherhood. The author discusses several topics, which include hey two-year old daughter who started his education in a nursery school in 2014, several issues in U.S., which include maternity leave in the...
- The role of planning, support, and maternal and infant factors in women's return to work after maternity leave. Coulson, Melissa; Helen Skouteris, Helen Skouteris; Dissanayake, Cheryl // Family Matters;2012, Issue 90, p33
The article discusses the critical role of planning, social support, maternal and infant health for employed women reporting back to work after a maternity leave. It identifies the psychosocial factors associated with decisions to return to work such as planning and perceptions of support from...
- Study Finds That Longer Maternity Leave Lessens Risk for Post- Partum Depression. // Women in Academia Report;12/24/2013, p8
The article focuses on the study led by Rada K. Dagher titled "Maternity Leave Duration and Postpartum Mental and Physical Health: Implications for Leave Policies," which was published in the "Journal of Health Politics, Policy and Law." It says that the results of the study show that women may...