This employment law guide explores the latest family friendly changes and offers guidance on how to avoid common pitfalls.

Traditionally, family friendly rights have focused on mothers and fathers following the traditional view that a mother will take responsibility for the care of the child. New ways to have children, other than birth, and developments in the sharing of care responsibilities between parents have led to the need for changes to the rights of employees in the workplace.

2015 is the year that employment law is catching up with family developments and is introducing and changing rights to focus on parents, both natural and otherwise.

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• Maternity and Paternity
• Shared Parental Leave
• Adoption
• Fostering
• Surrogacy
• Parental Leave