At Banner Jones, our Employment Law Solicitors in Chesterfield, Sheffield and Mansfield provide expert advice on Family Friendly matters such as Maternity and Paternity Leave Entitlements.
There are many different types of family friendly rights in employment law including:
- Maternity Leave
- Paternity Leave
- Shared Parental Leave
- Adoption Leave
- Parental Leave
- Dependants Leave
- Flexible Working
- Part Time Working
The rules which apply to the various types of family friendly rights vary depending on the particular right. In recent years there has been a great expansion in the rights given to working families which means that this is an area of law which is constantly changing. Our Employment law solicitors ensure that they are fully updated on all developments in this area to ensure that they can offer the most up to date advice to you.
If you are an employee and feel you need advice on what your rights are and how you can ensure that these are enforced against your employer, we can assess your situation and provide you with sound advice and support to help you achieve the outcome that you want.
Flexible Working Requests- Striking That Balance
As a working parent it can often feel like you overcome one obstacle only to be met with another. The start of the new school year brings with it the challenge of fitting the school run in to an already full working day. The average school day is between 9am until 3pm, give or take 15 minutes either side, which is shorter than the traditional 9-5 working day. Whilst wrap around school care is often available to cover the gap, this is not always a feasible or desired solution.
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