McGrigors consults on overhaul of maternity and sickness policies
McGrigors is considering a number of changes to its employee benefits system relating to the firm's maternity leave and sick pay policies. The firm is proposing the introduction of bonuses for mothers who return to work early, as well as a new policy which will allow the firm to reduce the pay of women who take a second period of maternity leave within 18 months of their last.
McGrigors is considering a number of changes to its employee benefits system relating to the firm’s maternity leave and sick pay policies.
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