Tip 1: How to get out of the decree
Of course, there is a category of mothers who do not want to stay at home for a long time. They, as soon as the baby has grown up a bit, try to find a nursery, nanny or grandmother for him. Conversely, some women feel quite comfortable in the role of housewives, believing that this is how they fully realize themselves. There is nothing bad either in the first or in the second case, it is just that each sees himself in his own way in life.
If the exit to work is inevitable, then pre-tune that everyone goes through it. You are not the first and not the last who, after a long break, return to working affairs. Before going to work read the special literature, refresh your knowledge by attending a course of lectures or trainings.
Many women are afraid that, being employed at work, they will not have time to perform household duties. Of course, this is not enough time. Therefore, attract a husband, mother or mother-in-law to them. If possible, hire a housekeeper, at least for a couple of days a week. Then the weekend you can shine to her husband and children, as well as your own rest.
If you have no desire to return to your former place of work, think, maybe this is for the better. After all, maternity leave is a time when you can find the strength for new activities and accomplishments. Perhaps you dreamed of doing some work, but you didn’t have enough time for that. While you are on maternity leave, you have the opportunity to complete courses, improve your qualifications or get a second education.
Many mothers, having gone to work, feel guilty for spending little time with children. Do not panic and do not worry, in this case the main thing is not quantity, but quality. The child doesn’t matter how much time you spend with him, but how. Therefore, take half an hour to listen to the baby, read him a fairy tale, ask about the past day. Hug and kiss your baby more often, say you still love him.
Usually the process of getting used to the new rhythm of life is 2-3 months. Therefore, setting yourself up, think that everything will work out. Prepare in advance to go to work, then you will join it without any problems.
There are cases when a woman wants to interrupt her maternity leave ahead of time. In this case, she should have a clear idea of how this is possible, and whether it is necessary at all to get out of maternity leave before the due date.
Is it possible to leave maternity leave ahead of schedule?
Modern young mothers often express a desire to get out of maternity leave ahead of time. The adoption of such a decision may be due to several reasons.
Maternity leave consists of several periods. The first part of it is a hospital, issued in the antenatal clinic in connection with the pregnancy of the woman and the upcoming birth of the baby. Having received leave on the basis of a sick-list, an employee receives payment immediately for the entire period of leave and cannot go to work earlier.
After the end of the above type of leave, an employee can write an application for leave to care for a child up to 1.5 years, and then extend it until the moment when the baby is 3 years old. A woman can not write an application for leave and immediately go to work, or leave it ahead of time. She has every right to do so. It is only important to warn the employer about your intentions in advance. In case the company’s management refuses to provide the employee with the previous job, she can apply to the Labor Inspectorate or to the court.
Should I interrupt maternity leave ahead of time.
Before you go to work before the deadline, it is worth considering whether it is necessary at all. Experts believe that until a certain time, mother should not be separated from the baby. Nanny, grandmother, nursery teacher in kindergarten will not be able to replace the child's mother's care and attention. If circumstances allow a woman to use her maternity leave in full, then it is better for her to do just that.
Unfortunately, the most common cause of early termination of leave is the financial difficulties of a young family. Mom is forced to go to work to maintain financial well-being at a certain level. In this case, you need to weigh all the facts and make the right decision.
Beneficial can be considered only the release of a young mother to work on a part-time basis. In this case, it retains the right to receive child care allowances up to 1.5 years.
It is important to take into account the expected salary. The baby, left without mom in the daytime, requires care. Mom should arrange to look after him. Babysitting services are quite expensive, so if the salary is small, it’s not profitable to go to work before the due date. If a baby is watched by a grandmother or another family member, this person will be able to apply for child care leave at work and receive a monthly allowance.
All family members should be involved in deciding whether a young mother should go to work early. It is advisable that the new distribution of responsibilities be clarified. After returning to work, the young mother will no longer be able to pay housework and her baby as much attention as she had paid before.