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  • follygraph

    The Poland info is also way out of date. The 14 days is a start. Then you have 1 year off: 6 months of which are paid 100% and the next 6 months are paid 60% (or you can choose 1 year paid 80%). And there are also 2 weeks off for fathers.

  • mindfulmimi1

    The information on Luxembourg is incorrect. Yes, one gets 2 days off when the baby is born, but Luxembourg has a so called parental leave.

    Parental leave is leave taken by parents of a child who is less than 5 years old and who wish to take a break from their professional career or to reduce their working time in order to fully devote themselves to the education of their child.

    This leave may be taken part time for 1 year or full time for 6 months.