Beneath the coverage, girls cricketers will stand up to a yr of paid depart and also will have the choice to switch to a non-playing function till graduation of their maternity depart main as much as the beginning of their little one.
“Girls cricketers are additionally entitled to take as much as 12 months of paid maternity depart and shall be assured a contract extension for the next yr, in step with their current contractual preparations,” PCB stated in a media launch.
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“Upon conclusion of the maternity depart, the participant shall be reintegrated into cricketing actions and offered satisfactory medical and bodily assist in respect of their post-childbirth rehabilitation,” it added.
If a girl participant is required to journey for cricketing actions, the PCB stated it is going to assist the participant by permitting her to journey with a assist individual of her alternative to help in caring for her toddler little one, with the journey and lodging prices to be shared equally.
As a part of the paternity rights lined underneath the coverage, male gamers are allowed 30 days absolutely paid depart “which is able to have to be taken inside 56 days of the beginning of their little one, as a part of the paternity rights lined underneath the coverage.”
PCB CEO Wasim Khan stated the board “has an obligation of care in the direction of its cricketers and at each flip it has taken measures to assist them.”
“On this relation, it’s acceptable that we now have a player-friendly parental assist coverage in order that our skilled cricketers can really feel absolutely supported throughout an essential stage of their lives, with out worrying about their careers.”
“To have this coverage for our girls cricketers was much more important. Girls play a pivotal function within the growth of a society and our girls cricketers have introduced us laurels and recognition on the world stage,” he added.