Asked by Cheney
on 09-11-2020 23:22:38
Question posted in the General Law
category relating to Western Cape
Question value: R 300.00
My name is Cheney and me and my partner whos living together lost our babe in 2019 December 2020.The clinic which i attend recomended that the doctor to book me off on month 5 during my pregnancy until my baby us born because I am a high risk.Am J intitled to my maternity leave at work as tgis is a valid medical reason and my baby will be too small to go back to work 1 month after i gave birth.My Job informed they can only give me leave until i give birth then i must return 1 month after i gave birth and if i dont return my Job isnt secured.
Is this in order by law that the company can fure me from my permanent position?
The doctor informed he will givr me a letter December 2020 that states im high risk and that I must stay at home until i give birth and can I take my entitled leave from after I gave birth in April 2021?
Please assist as im concerned i might lose my job.
Would you be so kind as to email me ob ***BLOCKED-EMAIL-ADDRESS*** as Im not on this site and might forget the website name.
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