Conslutation for Indefinite Leave
1 Conslutation for Indefinite Leave on Tue Jun 04, 2013 9:22 am
2 Re: Conslutation for Indefinite Leave on Sun Jun 09, 2013 11:56 am
Indefinite leave is a bit unfair to the management if the reason for the indefinite leave is without basis or so und reason. Be firm but give a schedule for her to rest though as child bearing is no joke. You can partially grant and deny the leave by saying that you will grant the leave but only for so many days only. I m not sure but try to check with the sss how long is the period given for maternity leave so just add a few days or weeks for that one.
If you terminate her due to her pregnancy she will definitely file a case. As the leave she filed form is a reasonable ground to be approved for. Note also that if her pregnancy fails, she will definitely blame the company.
But if you cannot afford delay in your deliverables then stick to your guns and deny the indefinite leave and work out on a flexible work schedule.
Consider also as a factor how long she has been working and her work performance. Maybe that can be used for or against her.
In the end be sensitive though as this is a pregnant woman giving birth to a child. You will mmost likely lose if you sudeenly terminate her or flat out deny her indefinite leave. Best way is to limit her days of leave or reduce her workload so that she can continue to work. Or ask her to produce a medical certificate from the doctor to get a professional opinion.
This advice is not a replacement for an advice given by an actual lawyer. Go consult a lawyer face to face. Use this advice to your own risk. This is more of a practical advice and the legal consequences of your action has not been fully and deliberately discussed.
By the way, if you deny her leave and she forces her pregnancy leave that you hire a replacement, that will definitely be a case. The law prohibits discrimination against pregnant women. Look it up.
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