Nine months - Maternity rights & benefits FAQs
Yes, you are allowed to do another job during your maternity leave providing you follow any rules at your workplace about doing a second job. However, if you are still receiving maternity pay you may not be entitled to receive it during any week that you work.
Frequently Asked Questions, FAQ - New Horizons OBGYN, Carbon...
This depends on several factors, including your general health, your age, the type of work you do, the stress level at work, your experience with past pregnancies, if any, and of course, the overall status of your pregnancy. Your doctor will take all of these, and other, factors into consideration and will discuss them with you to help you make the best decision for you and your baby. Expecting a child is also a life-changing experience for first-time dads, too.
Frequently Asked Questions : NIDDK
The NIH allows you to receive the same benefits as anyone employed by your institution. If your local policy is to allow 6 weeks of paid maternity leave, then you may draw salary from your K award during that 6 week period. If you wish to take more time off, then we can allow you to take an unpaid leave of absence if your institution and mentor will concur, and your project will still be viable after the break.
Harris Dowell Fisher & Harris, L.C. -- Family & Medi...
Yes. Maternity leave for the birth of a child or pregnancy disability leave would be considered qualifying FMLA leave for a serious health condition and may be counted in the 12 weeks of leave. No, not complete medical records. The employee may, however, be required to provide a medical certification confirming that a serious health condition exists. Yes.
Questions & Answers
It's a good idea to freeze a supply of breastmilk. However, leave your pump in the box until your baby is at least 3-4 weeks old, when your baby should start being introduced to a bottle. Make sure you feel comfortable using your pump before you go back to work. Don't feel like you should pump every day during your maternity leave. You can build up a good supply of milk to freeze by pumping in the morning, when you typically make the most milk.
Nine months - Maternity rights & benefits FAQs
Yes. It is against the law for your employer to treat you unfairly, dismiss you or select you for redundancy for any reason connected with your pregnancy, childbirth or maternity leave. If you are dismissed while you are pregnant or during your maternity leave, your employer must give you a written statement of the reasons for the dismissal. If you are dismissed or treated unfairly you can bring a claim in an Employment Tribunal for detrimental treatment, unfair dismissal and sex discrimination.
OB Frequent Asked Questions
Typical medical reasons for early leave are those things that put your pregnancy at risk. Placenta problems, twin pregnancy, blood pressure problems, heart problems, preterm labor and premature rupture of membranes are examples of medical problems requiring early leave.
MMU - Human Resources - Frequently Asked Questions
Details on both of the above schemes are available from your Area Personnel Officer, or you can look at the policies section.
N.I. contributions can affect your Statutory Maternity Pay (SMP). SMP is based on the taxable salary, therefore it is advisable not to take childcare vouchers for this period.
Teachers' Pensions - Members - Members' FAQs
If you receive pay or Statutory Maternity Pay (SMP) then that period of maternity leave will be classed as pensionable employment. Where you do not receive any pay or SMP that period will not be counted as pensionable.
Kansas Health Policy Authority
Answer: Yes. Pregnancy disability leave or maternity leave for the birth of a child would be considered qualifying FMLA leave for a serious health condition and may be counted in the 12 weeks of leave so long as the employer properly notifies the employee in writing of the designation. See C.F.R. 825.207(d)(1)
DETE - Redundancy Payments Frequently Asked Questions
No. Notice of Redundancy (included in RP50) cannot issue when a person is on Maternity Leave or indeed on Additional Maternity Leave. The Equality Authority are the experts on this and callers can be referred to them at (01) 4173333. (Lo Call – 1890 24 55 45). From the 1st March 2007 the first 26 weeks of maternity leave are fully reckonable for redundancy calculation purposes (up from 22 weeks since the 1st of March 2006).
UVa Cancer Center Clinical Trials
Yes. Just as you can refuse to join a study, you may leave a study at any time. Your rights as an individual do not change because you are a patient in a clinical trial. You may choose to take part or not, and you can always change your mind later, even after you enter a trial. You may also refuse to take part in any aspect of the research. If you have questions at any time about any part of the study, be sure to ask your doctors.