The following advice and information is for Employers of Staff in Early Childhood Education
You may also like to read advice given to teachers and ECE employers - Go to the article for employees here
This new employment law takes effect from 1 May 2019
- Asking for proof
- Privacy and how to treat an employee who is or is suspected to be affected by domestic violence
- What employees are entitled to ask for
- Your obligations as an employer and how the leave works (approval and dispute process)
- Minimum requirements for employees to be eligible to take paid domestic violence leave
- What if the leave is not all taken up? And, can it be carried over?
- The primary agency to go to if you have any problem
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