Childcare Options for Parents Who Both Work

Childcare-Options

When you have children but need to go back to work it’s important to work out the right kind of care for them. Whether you have toddlers or your children are of primary school age, it’s important to know they will be cared for properly while you are at work. Sometimes, grandparents can care for them, but often they too, work, or else they are too feeble to manage to care for a lively toddler all day.  Here are some other childcare options.

Home day care

This is when a woman, often a mother herself, cares for other children in her own home. It is good because there is a family atmosphere and the groups are small, meaning your child will get the attention they need. Government procedures are in place for payment and to ensure the carer is a suitable person. However, if they are of a different culture to you, it is wise to make sure that this will not have a negative impact on your child. They pick up different habits very easily.

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Constructive Dismissal and What To Do About It

Constructive-Dismissal

If you are wondering whether your dismissal from work would be classed as unfair dismissal or constructive dismissal it is wise to consult good lawyers by checking out Lawyers List because not every state has the same laws. In Western Australia, the term constructive dismissal can be used to describe either one of two scenarios: –

  • You have been asked to resign by your employer for whatever reason. If you resigned at the request of your employer it is classed as constructive dismissal.
  • If you have been forced to resign due to the actions or conduct of your employer. For instance, the employer may have breached the terms of the employment contract, or even told you that the terms would be breached so you had no choice but to resign.

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