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Taking Care of Me Plan

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posted on 2023-11-06, 21:18 authored by Mary DalyMary Daly, Sunwoo RyuSunwoo Ryu, Ertugrul PolatErtugrul Polat
Parents were allowed to request unpaid parental leave or to make changes in their working conditions (e.g. adapting their working hours up to 100%) according to the Taking Care of Me Plan (Plan Mecuida)

History

Country

Spain

Policy Area

Parental leave

Measure

Unpaid parental leave

Eligibility

Employed and self-employed workers who experienced temporary layoffs (known as ERTE or Temporary Suspended or Reduced Working Contracts) and had to care for dependent children and other dependent family members

Type

N/A

Start / Announced Date

14/03/2020

End Date

21/06/2020

Amount

Generally unpaid (no compensation in 15 out of 17 regions)

Total Cost

N/A

Recipients

Parents

Route to the child

Indirect

Sources

Cabero, G.R., Codorniu, J.M., Gallego, V.M., de Durana, A.A.G. and Fuentes, F.J.M. (2021) ESPN thematic report: social protection and inclusion policy responses to the COVID-19 crisis - Spain. Available at: https://ec.europa.eu/social/main.jsp?pager.offset=30&advSearchKey= ESPN_covid2021&mode=advancedSubmit&catId=22&policyArea=0&policyAreaSub=0&country=0&year=0 Meil, G., Lapuerta, I., and Escobedo, A. (2020) ‘Spain country note’, in Koslowski, A., Blum, S., Dobrotić, I., Kaufman, G. and Moss, P. (eds.) International Review of Leave Policies and Research 2020. Available at: http://www.leavenetwork.org/lp_and_r_reports/

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