'My husband's sister's boyfriend's mother's uncle just passed away and I need to go to the funeral'


Your Guide to Family Responsibility Leave
Dear reader

What do you do when Jenny asks for time off for a funeral? You know it isn’t her blood relative, but it is a distant relative. Bob’s father-in-law passes away and he asks for time off. Craig’s wife is ill and he needs to take her to hospital.
 
If you’ve granted family responsibility leave in any of these circumstances, you’re just like most managers I know. But, here’s what you don’t know...
 
You don’t have to give family responsibility leave in these situations! 
 
To ensure your employees don’t take you for a ride, you need to know exactly when you have to give employees family responsibility leave and when you don’t.
 
Not everyone is entitled to family responsibility leave...
 
You probably know your employees are allowed three days paid family responsibility leave a year. But did you know you only have to give this to employees who’ve been working for you for a certain number of days a week and months? Anyone working for you for less than this isn’t entitled to these three days.
 
And then of course, there’s the infamous “my nanny’s off sick so I need to stay home and look after little Johnny”. 
 
But did you know, you don’t have to give time off for this? In fact, there are only three instances when you have to give family responsibility leave. 
 
So when must you grant family responsibility leave? Click here to get your hands on Your Guide to Family Responsibility Leave.
 
We’ll give you everything you need to know about it, answer all your questions. We’ve even thrown in a sample template of a family responsibility policy!
 
 
Take back control of your work environment 
 
We’ve done all of the work for you.  We’ve created a customisable, legally compliant, family responsibility leave policy you can download and implement today!

 

Implement your Family Responsibility Leave Policy today for only R299 (incl.Vat)
 
Simply pay R299 (incll. Vat) and we’ll email you Your Guide to Family Responsibility Leave which gives you all the legal requirements of family responsibility leave, answers all your questions and includes a policy you can fully customise for your company.
 
 
Here’s to solving all your family responsibility leave problems!
 
 
Taryn Strugnell
 
P.S. Don’t forget, you’ll get a customisable family responsibility leave policy too!


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