Supporting new and expectant parents
Enhanced to include additional information on miscarriage, stillbirth and other types of pregnancy loss.
Enhanced to include additional information on stillbirths, miscarriages and other types of pregnancy loss.
Pregnancy loss charities have welcomed recent initiatives by some employers to offer paid time off to employees affected by miscarriage or stillbirth. One form of pregnancy loss that is rarely talked about, however, is termination for medical reasons. Jane Fisher takes us through the specific difficulties that can arise and how employers can help.
The Government has published its initial plans for the introduction of neonatal leave and pay. This proposed new type of family-friendly leave is in the early stages of development, but what clues does the Government's first consultation provide for employers about how neonatal leave and pay would work?
Targeted coaching for mothers can ensure a smooth return to work after maternity leave, and help employers attract and retain valued female employees. XpertHR examines this rising trend and looks at what is on offer to help support new fathers.
A model letter to congratulate an employee on the birth of their baby.
HR and legal information and guidance relating to supporting new and expectant parents.
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