Keeping in Touch Days

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Keeping in Touch Days - (noun)


In the UK employees can work up to ten days during maternity, paternity or adoption leave. They are called ‘keeping in touch days’, and are optional.


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Example of Use: Aline agreed to come in for a few keeping in touch days during her maternity leave to keep an eye on the progress of the project.