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Mat

A general term for Russian profanity. The use of mat is illegal in Russia, though this is only enforced sporadically. However, inadvertently using mat can make it more difficult (or at least awkward) to conduct business in Russian.
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"The freelancer, meanwhile, assuming they qualify for maternity allowance, receives PS145.18 a week for the whole period - so a total of PS3,774.68." Recent research by mortgage broker, John Charcol, found that self-employed women take less maternity leave than their employed counterparts - taking an average of just 23 weeks' leave, instead of the full 39-week period - because they can't afford the time off.
Located in a low-lying area on Stadium Road, building of the maternity clinic often turns into a pond of dirty water after every rain.
And in case of death or permanent incapacitation of the female worker qualified, the balance of her maternity leave benefits shall accrue to the father of the child or the alternate caregiver.
It is interesting to note that the United States of America does not have a federal law mandating paid maternity leaves for expectant mothers, although some states do have some form of maternity benefits.
My petition against the closure gained over 5000 signatures and shows the widespread community support for the maternity centre.
Signed by President Rodrigo Duterte last February, Republic Act (RA) 11210 provides female workers with a maximum of 105 days worth of paid maternity leave.
JUST IN: Top officials from DOLE, CSC, and SSS sign the Implementing Rules and Regulations (IRR) of the Expanded Maternity Leave Act | @inquirerdotnet pic.twitter.com/OMt8oUXc0c
Every woman employed in the organisation will be entitled to maternity leave for a duration of 24 weeks.
MP for Boteti East, Mr Sethomo Lelatisitswe had wanted an update about the status of teachers who had gone on maternity leave at Letlhakane Senior Secondary School during the past four to five years.
Figures obtained by the party show that during 2017, pregnant women had to be turned away from the region's closed maternity units on at least 64 occasions - that is once every six days on average.
University Hospital Martin topped the mothers ranking, while NsP Spiscaronskaacute Novaacute Ves was second and GPN Koch came in third.The HPI report says, as quoted by the TAR newswire, that women were most satisfied with the professional expertise of the medical staff (90.63 percent), the possibility of a close person accompanying them at birth (88.8 percent) and with the equipment of the maternity ward (88.7 percent).