Maternity and Paternity Leave – An International ComparisonPosted in : Webinar Recordings on 23 September 2021 Issues covered: Maternity and Paternity Leave
During this international employment law webinar with Elements Global Services, Sherisa Rajah (Vice President, Employment Law & Compliance at Elements Global Services) and Scott Alexander (Head of Learning and Development at Legal Island) will briefly outline relevant UK and Irish rights and reflect on how these compare with other countries, such as New Zealand, USA, South Africa, and more.
What can employers (and policy makers) on these islands learn about other options that might be usefully adopted here? At a time of massive skill shortages do we need improved family-friendly rights and flexibility to recruit and retain a truly diverse and inclusive workforce?
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