Shared Parental Leave explained

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Shared Parental Leave explained

Shared Parental Leave has now come into force meaning couples will be able to share 12 months of leave after the birth of their child. 

The aim is to help women return to the workplace and allow men to have more involvement in caring for new babies.

Research by My Family Care and has revealed that parents are still confused about what the changes mean and how they can take advantage of the new legislation.

Oliver Black from My Family Care explains more. 

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