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adv.ranchi (n/a)     08 October 2007

Queries and answers

Hi.

 

Please feel free to raise legal queries.

 

It is requested that all the members strive in solving the same

 


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purshottamsaini (n/a)     15 October 2007

[user=20]adv.ranchi[/user] wrote: "Hi.

 

Please feel free to raise legal queries.

 

It is requested that all the members strive in solving the same

 
"
Hi,

Can i get the copy of notification regarding recent change in ""Maternity Leaves"" under Maternity Benefits Act.

If yes, then, please mail me in purshottamsaini@gmail.com

Thanks and Regards,


Purshottam Saini

Shambasiv (n/a)     16 October 2007

[align=justify][font=""Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif""]The maximum period for which any woman shall be entitled to maternity benefit shall be 12 weeks in all whether taken before or after childbirth. However she cannot take more than six weeks before her expected delivery.[/font]

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[align=justify][font=""Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif""]Prior to the amendment of 1989, a woman employee could not avail of the six weeksΓÇÖ leave preceding the date of her delivery; she was entitled to only six weeks leave following the day of her delivery. However, by the above amendment, the position has changed. Now, in case a woman employee does not avail of six weeksΓÇÖ leave preceding the date of her delivery, she can avail of that leave following her delivery, provided the total leave period, i.e. preceding and following the day of her delivery does not exceed 12 weeks.[/font][/align]

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