A Guide to Maternity Leave for Small Business Owners
7th August 2016
The roles within small companies tend to be more diverse than those in large corporations. You and your employees will often have many responsibilities requiring special knowledge and established client and supplier relationships. This might make managing maternity leave a challenge for your company. Finding a suitable temporary replacement can be often problematic. However, if planned well maternity leave will not influence the performance of your business in a negative way. As an employer, you will need to understand the full range of employment rights that pregnant women, as well as new mothers and fathers have.