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AUTHOR: Charlotte Wolff
Keeping-in-touch days are now used widely by employees
on maternity leave, and are valued by HR professionals as a way to maintain
employee engagement, according to latest XpertHR research.
On this page:Keeping-in-touch
policiesExamples of keeping-in-touch
proceduresChart 1: Content of keeping-in-touch
policiesTake-up of keeping-in-touch daysChart 2: Proportion of women using keeping-in-touch
daysChart 3: Number of keeping-in-touch days
typically used during 2011HR views on
keeping-in-touch daysWho instigates keeping-in-touch
days?Returning to workChart 4:
Proportion of women within organisations returning to work after maternity
leaveEasing the transition back to workBriefings, phased returns and coachingBox
1: Case study - support for returning mothersBox 2:
Examples of transition arrangementsOur
researchAdditional resources on
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