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Nom: Employment (Maternity and Parental Leave, and Health and Safety) Regulations, 1996 (LN. 1996/014).
Pays: Royaume-Uni - Gibraltar
Sujet(s): Protection de la maternité
Type de loi: Règlement, Décret, Arrêté, Ordonnance
Adopté le: 1996-01-25
Entry into force:
Publié le: Gibraltar Gazette, Second Supplement, 1996-01-25, No. 2894, pp. 175-195
ISN: GBR-1996-R-43221
Lien: https://www.ilo.org/dyn/natlex/natlex4.detail?p_isn=43221&p_lang=fr
Bibliographie: Gibraltar Gazette, Second Supplement, 1996-01-25, No. 2894, pp. 175-195
Legislation on-line Legislation on-line Laws of Gibraltar - On-line service, Government of Gibraltar PDF of Regulations as amended to LN. 2015/234 PDF of Regulations as amended to LN. 2015/234 (consulté le 2013-04-11)
Résumé/Citation: During her maternity leave, an employee shall be entitled to remuneration at the weekly rate of injury benefit (excluding dependants allowance). Maternity leave is set at fourteen weeks. S. 5(3) provides that if an employee is dismissed during maternity leave, the period of maternity leave ends at the time of her dismissal. Employees are not permitted to work for a period of two weeks after childbirth (s. 5(4)). S. 11 provides that an employee who has been in regular service to an employer for 1 year at the beginning of the eleventh week before expected childbirth has the right to return to work. In special cases of redundancy, alternative work at equal terms may be offered by the employer (s. 13). Also sets forth provisions relating to complaints to the Industrial Tribunal on matters relating to maternity leave. Finally, amends the Employment and Training Ordinance to provide regulations concerning dismissals during maternity leave. Implements Council Directives 89/391/EEC and 92/85/EEC.
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