The last time the number of maternity leave was increased was 25 years ago or in 1992.
It'll take just one final push for the country to have its maternity leave law updated. On Monday, March 6, the Senate passed Senate Bill 1305 or the proposed Expanded Maternity Leave Law. SB 1305 seeks to increase the maternity leave
And if you're a single mom? It's 150 days. Right now, you get 60 days for a normal delivery, and 78 days for a C-section procedure.
Extending paid maternity leave in the country will produce healthier and more productive working mothers and future citizens capable of contributing more to economic development.On Thursday, November 10, in a forum held at the Quezon Memorial Circle, Senator Risa Hontiveros reiterated
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