Maternity and paternity rights in Britain 2002: Survey of parents
An exploration of parents? awareness of maternity and paternity rights and legislation and mothers? experiences with maternity leave and pay, based on a survey of 3,920 mothers and 2,260 fathers whose children were born in Britain in January 2001
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Maternity and paternity rights in Britain 2002: Survey of parents [Executive summary]
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