Juggling work and parenting can be a difficult task, therefore some employees opt to take parental leave. Whether this is in the form of maternity, paternity, paid adoptive leave or shared parental leave (SPL), there are many options for new parents to consider.
But even if they do take a break from their career to raise a child, they won’t want to be treated any differently – and neither should they.
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