Parental leave definition

Parental leave means leave to bond and care for a newborn child after birth or to bond and care for a child after placement for adoption or foster care, for a period of up to sixteen (16) weeks after the birth or placement.
Parental leave means adoption leave, maternity leave, special maternity leave and paternity leave, as appropriate.
Parental leave means leave provided for by subclause (4)(a); "partner" means a spouse or de facto partner.

Examples of Parental leave in a sentence

  • Parental leave ends up to 37 weeks after it began if the employee did not take pregnancy leave.

  • Parental leave ends eighteen (18) weeks after it began or on an earlier day if the employee gives the Employer at least four (4) weeks written notice of that day.

  • Parental leave must be requested in writing at least two (2) weeks prior to the anticipated commencement of this leave.

  • Parental leave normally ends 35 weeks after the parental leave began if the employee also took Pregnancy Leave.

  • Parental leave must begin within thirty-five (35) weeks of the birth of the child or within 35 weeks of the day the child first came into the custody, care and control of the parent.


More Definitions of Parental leave

Parental leave means a leave of absence for an employee who has been employed by Hydro One for at least 13 weeks and who is the parent of a child. This employee is entitled to a leave of absence following the birth of the child, or the coming of the child into the custody, care and control of the parent for the first time. Unless provided for in this Article, this leave is without pay. For an employee who takes pregnancy leave, the leave of absence is for a period of up to 35 weeks. For an employee who does not take pregnancy leave, the leave of absence is for a period of up to 37 weeks.
Parental leave means a leave of absence from employment for one of the following reasons:
Parental leave means the period of leave related to a maternity or a paternity to be taken by the researcher under the law referred to in Article III.4.1.g).
Parental leave means leave from work for parents on the grounds of the birth or adoption of a child to take care of that child;
Parental leave means a leave of absence under Article 24.7. “pregnancy leave" means a leave of absence under Article 24.2. “weekly pay", in respect of an employee on a leave of absence referred to in Article 24 means weekly pay at the rate actually received by the employee on the last day of work and also includes any salary increase that is granted after the last day of work to take effect retroactively on or before the last day of work.
Parental leave means a period in which the Employee is absent from work immediately following his active employment because of the Employee's pregnancy, the birth of the Employee's child or the placement of a child with the Employee in connection with the adoption of that child by the Employee, or for purposes of caring for that child for a period beginning immediately following that birth or placement. Parental leave shall include such periods of leave described in the Family and Medical Leave Act of 1993 solely to the extent required thereunder.