notified leave date


notified leave date
Employees who want to take ordinary maternity leave must follow certain procedures, including notifying their employer of the date on which they intend to begin their maternity leave, the notified leave date, which must be no earlier than the beginning of the eleventh week before the expected week of childbirth.
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