Father wins discrimination case after employer refuses full paternity leave

Father wins discrimination case after employer refuses full paternity leave

A working father has won a discrimination case he brought against his employer, for failing to give him full paternity leave rights.

The Telegraph reports that call centre worker Madasar Ali was told by Capita that he would only get two weeks of full pay, whilst women were allowed to take up to 14 weeks. Ali told his employer that he wished to take paternity leave to care for his daughter whilst his wife was ill with post-natal depression.

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