- Sainsbury's sets new family-friendly pace. Deeks, Emma // People Management;11/23/2000, Vol. 6 Issue 23, p6
Reports on the paid leave offered by Sainsbury's to its parent employees for in vitro fertilization treatment, adoption and fostering starting November 2000. Reason for the move; Conditions in acquiring the leave.
- A Test For Paid Family Leave. Lachnit, Carroll // Workforce;Sep2002, Vol. 81 Issue 9, p20
Focuses on the effect of passing a paid family leave bill in California on personnel management. Support and opposition to the bill; Provisions under the legislation; Benefits of the bill.
- Legal Q&Aâ€¦ Paternity leave. // Personnel Today;6/19/2007, p20
The article presents questions and answers on issues concerning proposals to extend paternity leave in Great Britain. One of the readers asked about new changes in personnel management when the new proposals would become law. Another reader enquired about the payment that fathers are entitled to...
- Take a cooperative approach to intermittent leave. Click, Jennifer // HR Magazine;Dec1996, Vol. 41 Issue 12, p48
Suggests a cooperative approach in managing intermittent absences authorized by the Family and Medical Leave Act of United States. Fashioning workable intermittent leave schedules by considering business needs; Educating all employees about family leave, not just managers; Encouraging employees...
- Leave cancelled due to staffing crisis. // World of Irish Nursing & Midwifery;Dec2014/Jan2015, Vol. 22 Issue 10, p24
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- 3 Ways Tech Companies Are Offering Parental Leave. Williams, Joan C. // Harvard Business Review Digital Articles;11/19/2015, p2
The article describes the different policies being adopted by technology companies in offering parental leave including the flashy leave policy declared by entertainment company Netflix, the lopsided leave policies being implemented by technology company Google, and a standard policy for everyone.
- EDITOR'S COMMENT. O'Reilly, Noel // Employers Law;Feb2011, p3
The author reflects on several challenging developments for employers and human resource (HR) professionals including the abolition of the default retirement age, the option of positive action, and imminent changes to the paternity leave rules.
- Parental Leave--Is It the Business of Business? Johnson, Arlene A. // Human Resource Planning;1990, Vol. 13 Issue 2, p119
Once encompassed by the term "maternity leave," but now described as "parental leave" or "family leave," the concept of family-related, job-guaranteed leave is getting more attention at the work place and among legislators. As American productivity increasingly depends on workers who combine job...
- NEWS IN BRIEF. // People Management;6/29/2006, Vol. 12 Issue 13, p11
The article presents updates related to the human resource sector in Great Britain. Government measures to tighten record-keeping for recruitment checks in schools and colleges have been announced, following an Ofsted report. The work and families bill has received royal assent, raising the...