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Old 09-22-2017, 04:07 AM   #66
ProactiveMan
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The way it works here is that you are only entitled to paid parental leave if you have been employed with the company for 12 months or more. If you're running a Subway and you hire someone who is four months pregnant, you're not obligated to offer PPL. That's casual and full/part-time too.

It is a complication, but no more than a lot of other things. A lot of companies offer PPL that is considerably better than the legal baseline too.
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