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Tag Archives: Employer-friendly Policies
[This is part three of a three part series on the “employer-friendly” policies which the Coalition Government have implemented during their tenure.] The employer-friendly policies have the aim of reducing potential liabilities on employers in order to encourage continued employment … Continue reading
[Series] Employer-Friendly Policies | Time-Off for Pregnant Mothers’ Partners for Ante-Natal Appointments
In this post I will discuss the introduction of time off for ante-natal appointments for fathers or partners in October 2014.
Before this update, the right to paid time off during working hours “for the purpose of receiving antenatal care” extended only to pregnant women Continue reading
[This is part one of a three part series on the “employer-friendly” policies which the Coalition Government have implemented during their tenure.] The employer-friendly policies have the aim of reducing potential liabilities on employers in order to encourage employment within … Continue reading