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How to Audit Your Parental Leave Policy

The 8 things you need to check to ensure compliance.
Employment standards laws of all jurisdictions allow employees to take unpaid leave to have children, including not just pregnancy or maternity leave for female employees who give birth to a child but also parental and adoption leave for both parents of newly born or adopted children. However, parental leave rules vary by jurisdiction. This creates compliance challenges for HR directors, particularly if your organization operates in more than one province. Here are the 9 things to check to vet your own parental leave policy—or create a new policy if you don’t already have one.
1. Minimum Employment Service Required for Eligibility
In most jurisdictions, employees don’t qualify for parental leave unless they’ve worked for the employer for a minimum amount of time.
Minimum Employment for Parental Leave Eligibility
None (All eligible)

Federal, British Columbia, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia and Quebec

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