Infertility/Subfertility & Childcare Leave Law in Korea

The recent Moon Administration is making drastic changes to Korea’s Employment & Labor Law.  A prior article on promises made by the Moon Administration was posted earlier in the year.  Two interesting changes relate to “Subfertility Leave” and “Childcare Leave.”  We shall be updating the reader over the next couple weeks on numerous other issues that are important for employers and employees to understand about Korean Employment & Labor Law.  Check back often and subscribe via the link to Right.   Fertility Leave Law in Korea Employees facing fertility issues may receive three days off per year with one of these days off being a paid day off – exceptions, however, exist.  This amendment shall, likely, come into effect from May of 2018. Childcare Leave Law in Korea The present childcare leave law, in short, provides 40% of the regular salary in leave up to a maximum of KRW 1 million/month. 

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