4 Great Maternity Leave Out Of Office Messages

Having a newborn child can require an increasing demand of attention and care from the new parents. Handling the demand of a job on top of that can compound their difficulties. Maternity leave provides mothers with that short duration of time to adjust to these new demands and recover physically before returning to their job. The following list of maternity leave out of office messages are some of the most common founded messages used at work during their brief absence.

Thank you for your email. I am out of the office for maternity leave until [date]. If you need assistance before then, you may contact [name and number].

Thank you for contacting me. Unfortunately, I will be out of the office until [date]. Please direct all inquiries to [name] who can be contacted via email or phone at [email and number].

Thank you for your email, I will be out of the office on for extended leave from [leave date] to [return date]. I will have limited access to email during this time. If you require further assistance, please contact [name] and [number] or call at [phone number].

I will be out of the office starting [day of week], [month and day], [year] due to medical reasons. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact my fellow associate at [number]. Thank you.

The below infographic provides an interesting guide to the standard lengths of maternity leave taken from mothers from around the world. From 14 weeks of paid vacation in Malta to 16 months in Sweden. In America, the average term of paid weeks received is zero for new mothers. Maternity leave timeframes can negatively impact new mothers in the United States. From newborns becoming less likely to be breastfed to children having an increasing amount of behavioral problems. These facts and more are outlined in the below infographic.

Global Maternity Leave Trends

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