Women who are pregnant less than a year into their employment are not entitled to the mandatory 98 days of maternity leave on full salary, Justice Minister Ziyambi Ziyambi has said. Earlier, the government said, it was in the process of removing the restrictions from the constitution.
Govt Law Denies Pay to Women Falling Pregnant Less Than a Year Into Job
New Zimbabwe, 18 November 2018
ZIMBABWE'S working women who fall pregnant less than a year into their employment are not entitled to the mandatory 98 days of one going for maternity leave on full salary. Read more »
Maternity Benefits in Formal Employment
The Herald, 18 July 2018
The importance of paid work in the lives of many people makes the conditions of employment of utmost importance. The right to protection of health and to safety in working… Read more »
How Renewal of Fixed-Term Contracts Impacts On Workers
Zimbabwe Independent, 11 May 2018
A fixed-term contract of employment is one which specifies the duration of the contract or lapses at the completion of a specific task. These contracts may be renewed by the… Read more »
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