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Shared Parental Leave

Shared Parental Leave

New laws on shared parental leave came into force in early 2015 meaning big changes for families and for businesses. In simple terms, the legislation gives mothers the right to transfer leave they’re due after the birth of their child, to their partner.

Are your policies and procedures up to date?

You want to be sure that you’re not just complying with the legislation, but doing the very best, both for your business and for your employees.

Contact our team to discuss how you are currently managing the requirements of shared parental leave and how you can implement/develop the policies and procedures you need, to ensure that your business is not only compliant with the law but adopting the best practices for your employees and in your relevant industry/sector.  

To find out more about how we can help you manage shared parental leave get in touch.

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Take a look at our latest shared parental leave pay articles and resources:

Shared Parental Leave – our flow charts will help you navigate the changes

Ten ticks to eligibility

Shared parental leave checklist – are you ready?

Shared parental leave – what are the technology implications?

Part one: Shared parental leave – key steps to administration

Part two: Shared parental leave – how to manage the flexibility of leave

Part three: Shared parental leave – the right to refuse leave

Part One: Who is entitled to the new right to time off for antenatal appointments?

Part Two: What happens when time off for an antenatal appointment is refused?

Shared parental leave – a move towards equality?

Parental equality – but not when it comes to pay

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