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  1. Grenada - Maternity protection - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    National Insurance (Benefit) (Amendment) Regulations, 1994 (SRO. No. 33 of 1994)

    Adoption: 1994-09-13 | Date of entry into force: 1994-10-03 | GRD-1994-R-38735

    Provides that an insured person who is eligible for sickness benefits shall be entitled to receive such benefits from the first day of incapacity for work, provided that for the purpose of computing the number of days of the continuous period of incapacity, Sundays shall be disregarded and that the continuous period has lasted at least four days. Maternity benefits shall consist of an allowance if the woman is an insured person or a grant if the woman is the wife of an insured person. Made under the National Insurance Act.

  2. Grenada - Maternity protection - Law, Act

    Maternity leave (Amendment) Act, 1989. No. 12.

    Adoption: 1989-05-12 | GRD-1989-L-8178

    Amends the Maternity Leave Law 1980 to read: "Maternity leave pay shall be in the case of monthly paid employees a sum equal to forty percent of two months' pay; in the case of weekly or fortnightly paid employees, a sum equal to 40 percent of our fortnights' pay; in the case of daily paid workers, a sum equal to 40 percent of one-fifth the pay earned in the twelve months immediately prior to the commencement of the maternity leave".

  3. Grenada - Maternity protection - Law, Act

    Maternity Leave Law 1980.

    Adoption: 1980-10-10 | GRD-1980-L-11623

    A Law to entitle employees to maternity leave with pay and for connected purposes. No. 53.

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