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Pregnancy and work: Know your rights and obligations – Jun 2017

This resource for pregnant women provides information on your rights in the workplace during pregnancy, parental leave options and tips on returning to work.

In addition to details about how to make a complaint if you’ve been discriminated against, there are several sample letters to help you apply for parental leave and flexible work arrangements when you return from leave.

Download and print an A3 poster below to promote this resource in your workplace, library, maternal and child health centre or playgroup.

Please contact us to order hard copies of the booklet.

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