Luxembourg -Law to introduce more flexible working hours for new parents -September 13, 2012

A law has been announced that will grant new parents the right to more flexible working hours in the first year after the end of the parental leave period. Currently, both men and women have the right to paid parental leave (€1,709.78 per month for full time leave and €854.88 for part-time leave). In 2010, 76% of women and 34% of men took up parental leave. The new law is in addition to the parental leave schemes.

English: http://www.wort.lu/en/view/law-change-to-allow-new-parents-greater-flexibility ...

 

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