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

    Regulations of 9 July 2003 on the protection of pregnant women workers, of women workers who recently gave birth and of breast-feeding women workers (Text No. 3919).

    Adoption: 2003-07-09 | Date of entry into force: 2003-09-20 | SVN-2003-R-64903

    Provides for conditions and activities to improve safety and health of women workers. Lists tasks prohibited to such women workers following to risk evaluation.

  2. Slovenia - Maternity protection - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Regulations of 30 December 1996 to implement the right to child care leave (Text No. 93).

    Adoption: 1996-12-30 | Date of entry into force: 1997-01-18 | SVN-1996-R-45889

    Provides that a woman worker has during pregnancy and after birth a right to maternity leave and child care leave for a total duration of 365 days. Establishes general conditions for the right's implementation, the right's termination in the event of the child's death, and the transfer of the right to the father or another person. Available in French.

  3. Slovenia - Maternity protection - Law, Act

    Family Benefit Act of 22 November 1993.

    Adoption: 1993-11-22 | Date of entry into force: 1993-12-18 | SVN-1993-L-35893

    Provides for monetary compensation for maternity leave, additional parental benefit, monetary assistance for the comfort of the newborn, and additional benefit for the maintenance of children. Available in French.

  4. Slovenia - Maternity protection - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Resolution of 9 July 1993 on the bases of the formulation of family policy.

    Adoption: 1993-07-09 | SVN-1993-R-43056

    In the area of employment, the aim shall be to create conditions for reconciling the family and professional obligations of both parents, mainly through arrangement of working time. General principles also provide, inter alia, for a general children's allowance, special assistance for invalid children, maternity benefits and accessibility to primary health care. With regard to maternity leave and leave for the care of a child, it is laid down by law as one year, and the compensation amounts to 100 per cent of the previous wage. The mother is entitled to this for 105 days and both parents thereafter (alternatively). Available in English.

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