Maternity leave

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Maternity leave - (adjective + noun)


This is an agreed period of time off work for a female employee to give birth and look after her infant children.


Source: Adapted from Business Dictionary
Example of Use: In 2008, the European Commission proposed increasing the minimum period of maternity leave from 14 to 18 weeks, with at least six weeks to be compulsory after the birth.