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Posted by: J | 2010/09/14

Time off to take baby for immunisations

Hi - my baby is 8 months old. Do I have to take leave to take my baby to the clinic for her immunisations or does the Basic Condtions of Employment allow me to take time off for this?

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re: TIME OFF TO TAKE BABY FOR IMMUNISATIONS

You are entitled to do this. You can get a medical certificate for same.

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Posted by: Labour Lawyer | 2010/09/23

re: TIME OFF TO TAKE BABY FOR IMMUNISATIONS

You are entitled to do this. You can get a medical certificate for same.

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Posted by: anon | 2010/09/15

This would fall under family responsibility leave.

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