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  • Maternal Leave: The Benefits Of Family Leave

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    Family Leave is time off from work with pay to care for another family member, give birth and take care of a new baby, or recover from illness. North Carolina also gives employees the right to take time off domestic violence leave and children’s school activities. Family Leave is very similar to parental or maternal leave. Maternal leave is the period of time where new mothers take off from work following the birth of her baby. Paternal leave is the period of time where new fathers take off from

  • garden leave

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    Garden Leave is a stipulation that can be interpolated into a Contract of Employment. In essence such a clause states that where employment has ceased, the employee may be informed to stay away from work during their notice period, while still remaining firmly on the payroll of the company. This can occur if either the employee resigns, or his/her employment is terminated. In this essay I will look at how this concept can benefit an employer, but also what rights the employee has when it comes to

  • The Pros And Cons Of Paternity Leave

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    As indicated by the Oxford English Dictionary, paternity leave is referenced as, "a brief time of approved nonattendance from work allowed to a father after or without further ado before the introduction of his youngster." Paternity leave is similar by definition to maternity leave, yet it is the leave taken by the father rather than simply the mother. I trust that the father ought to dependably have the capacity to take his a month and a half and have it be paid so he can even now help bolster the

  • What Hemingway Leaves Out

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    Earnest Hemingway is known for leaving things out in his writing. He believed that if you knew something well enough, you could leave it out and still get your point across. In the short story "The End of something", he leaves a few things out. Some things he doesn't say at all and others the reader knows something before he says it. He must have know what he was writing about because he the reader can infer certain things. In this particular story, the reader knows some things about nicks past.

  • The Pros And Cons Of Maternnity Leave

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    Women in the United States are being deprived of paid maternity leave that they deserve. Currently, when a mother has a child, she is legally allowed to have twelve weeks of unpaid leave. This twelve week law was passed in 1993, and is federally known as the Family and Medical Leave Act. Some may say that twelve weeks is a generous amount of time off, but the fact that it’s unpaid makes it hard for new mothers to financially support themselves and their baby. Everybody knows the phrase “babies are

  • The Family Medical and Leave Act

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    The Family Medical and Leave Act When President Clinton signed the Family Medical & Leave Act in 1993, he created a brand new avenue for American workers to manage their work-life balance. Thus far, the act has helped thousands of families focus on spending time with their kids during the times in life when parents are needed most. New mothers now have the security of knowing that when they take a maternity leave, there will be a job waiting for them if they decide to return. The other major advantage

  • garden leave

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    be sufficiently long enough to make garden leave worthwhile. It is essential for the employer to include these provisions at the outset. Without this employees could have the right to claim constructive dismissal if they are excluded from business operations and can show they need to work in order to preserve their skills. A valid claim in such a situation could make the notice period and indeed any restrictive covenants in the contracts void. Garden Leave may not be an attractive clause for those

  • Paid Sick Leave

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    Business Report: Paid Sick Leave Word Count Approx. 1400 Introduction Paid sick leave is an entitlement for employees within any organisation, it is meant to be used for when an employee is sick or has family obligations, such as caring for sick loved ones. As in the article ‘Anger at plan to cut medic’s sick leave’ unlike annual leave sick leave cannot be accumulated and employees cannot obtain compensation for sick leave not taken (2004). Paid sick leave is necessary for employees as the

  • Investigating if the Number of Leaves Affect the Water Loss From the Previt and the Stem and Leaves

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    Investigating if the Number of Leaves Affect the Water Loss From the Previt and the Stem and Leaves Ideas. · The amount of water in leaves. · The thickness of the stem. · The number of leaves. · Size of the roots. · Temperature. · The amount of leaves that are left on the stem. · And finally the sizes of the leaves. AIM. Our Aim is to find out if the number of leaves affects the water loss from the Previt and the stem and leaves. I am going to keep everything the same

  • Maternity Leave in Australia

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    Maternity Leave in Australia Maternity leave allows women to take leave of absence from their job to give birth and care for their children. The International Labor Organisation sets minimum standards for maternity leave. These include a right to 12 weeks' paid maternity leave and prohibition against dismissal during maternity leave. Although a member of the ILO, Australia has never ratified its convention concerning maternity protection ---- we have no standard maternity leave provisions