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Performance Vs Maternity Leave: Who Does One Blame?


  • Akanksha Ritesh


This case speaks about the concept of Performance appraisal and succession planning promotion of a female employee that assesses an individual employee's job performance and productivity in relation to certain pre-established criteria and organizational objectives for almost five years Versus the concept of Maternity leave which is a period of approved absence time before and after the birth of a baby when a woman is allowed to be away from her job for a female employee for the purpose of giving birth and taking care of infant children. Key words: performance, maternity leave, blame

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  • Akanksha Ritesh, 2013. "Performance Vs Maternity Leave: Who Does One Blame?," Working papers 2013-12-16, Voice of Research.
  • Handle: RePEc:vor:issues:2013-12-16

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