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PCB launches parental assist coverage for gamers

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The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) on Tuesday launched a brand new parental assist coverage beneath which each female and male gamers are entitled to paid leaves throughout being pregnant and upon the delivery of a kid.
Under the coverage, girls cricketers will stand up to a 12 months of paid depart and also will have the choice to switch to a non-playing position till graduation of their maternity depart main as much as the delivery of their baby.
“Women cricketers are also entitled to take up to 12 months of paid maternity leave and will be guaranteed a contract extension for the following year, in line with their existing contractual arrangements,” PCB stated in a media launch.
“Upon conclusion of the maternity leave, the player will be reintegrated into cricketing activities and provided adequate medical and physical support in respect of their post-childbirth rehabilitation,” it added.
If a girl participant is required to journey for cricketing actions, the PCB stated it should assist the participant by permitting her to journey with a assist individual of her selection to help in caring for her toddler baby, with the journey and lodging prices to be shared equally.
As a part of the paternity rights lined beneath the coverage, male gamers are allowed 30 days totally paid depart “which will need to be taken within 56 days of the birth of their child, as part of the paternity rights covered under the policy.”
PCB CEO Wasim Khan stated the board “has a duty of care towards its cricketers and at every turn it has taken measures to support them.”
“In this relation, it is appropriate that we have a player-friendly parental support policy so that our professional cricketers can feel fully supported during an important stage in their lives, without worrying about their careers.”
“To have this policy for our women cricketers was even more significant. Women play a pivotal role in the development of a society and our women cricketers have brought us laurels and recognition at the world stage,” he added.