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Employment Law Advice Scotland

Employers have a duty to protect the health and safety of employees if they are pregnant at work. These rights include the right to paid time off for antenatal care, the right to maternity leave, the right to maternity pay benefits and the right to protection against unfair treatment or unfair dismissal.

Additionally, there may be family friendly entitlements for others. Parental leave, for instance, offers qualifying parents the right to take unpaid time off work in order to look after their child or make arrangements for their child'€™s welfare. Working flexibly can also be another potential option for employees, increasing the time they have to care for a child or other family member.

Employment Solicitors in City Centre Glasgow

Based in Glasgow, Raeside Chisholm'€™s employment lawyers regulary advise employees & employers on all aspects of maternity and other family friendly entitlements. For further advice on legal issues relating to maternity and other family friendly entitlements, speak to one of the top employment lawyers in Glasgow today. Please complete our online enquiry form or contact us on 0141 248 3456.

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