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Paternity Leave

This policy recognises that parents, not the primary carer, but fathers, same sex partners and adoptive parents have a need to spend a period of time at home during a period of family extension, such as the birth or adoption of a child.

The policy, allows employees who meet the qualifying criteria, up to a maximum of 2 weeks paternity leave within 8 weeks of the birth or adoption of a child.

Top Tips on using the Paternity Leave policy.....

  1. This entitlement to paternity leave applies to each child.
  1. This entitlement is for the parent who is not the primary carer. The primary carer will have access to maternity or adoption leave benefits.
Last Updated: 05 May 2016