New Rights to Family Leave Likely to Differ Throughout UKPosted in : Supplementary Articles NI on 2 March 2023
New statutory rights to paid leave for workers in the UK are on the horizon, and it looks likely that different regions will introduce different rights for staff. Shoosmiths’ Emma Grossmith, employment senior associate based in Belfast, explains what the new rights are likely to be, where in the UK they will apply, and some of the key things you need to know about them.
Neonatal Care Leave
Once it receives royal assent, the Neonatal Care (Leave and Pay) Bill 2022-23 is intended to give parents in all parts of the UK a statutory right to neonatal care leave if their new baby is receiving, or has recently received, neonatal care. The right to this leave will apply to parents of babies who are
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This article is correct at 02/03/2023
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