CONFIRMED: House of Representatives Committee Approves 100-day paid maternity leave
The House of Representatives Committee on Women and Gender Equality has affirmed a bill looking to build the maternity leave period to 100 days with pay for government and private segment workers.
On top of the expanded maternity leave, the bill likewise proposes a possibility for the new moms to have an extra 30-day leave without pay.
Aglipay-Villar noticed that the Philippines is one of the nations that give the most brief period to maternity clear out.
The current admissible maternity leave is 60 to 78 days.
House Bill No. 4113, a substitute measure for 15 charges, means to guarantee the maternal and post-natal social insurance of ladies, and the welfare of the kid.