- Jun 5, 2018
I ****ing knew it......There was another thread, I was just wrong on the topic of the thread
For you, I think its safe to assume a medical certificate is required the second an employee steps out of the office, even if its the end of the day and they're just legitimately going home.
Thank you.Here is the copy/paste from my companies policy around parental leave.
Terms and Conditions
- "company name" may request reasonable proof of the event prior to parental or family responsibility leave being approved.
Too cheap to call a lawyer to explain things for you?As you may know the parental leave law has come into effect on 01 January 2020. The leave benefits include parental, adoption and commissioning parental leave.
What documents can be proof of the above mentioned leave benefits? For both male and female employees.
ThisJust their word. Why do you require any proof at all? Is their absolutely no trust?