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Parental leave

The increase in the number of individuals who were due to return from primary carer parental leave during FY20 reflects the ongoing uptake of AGL's 20 week paid parental leave provisions which were implemented in FY18. In particular, there was an increased uptake of these provisions by male employees. FY20 saw an increase in part-time return from parental leave resulting from an increased focus on flexible working.

Category

FY16

FY17

FY18

FY19

FY20

Due to return from primary carer parental leave

Headcount

69

67

78

96

113

Returned from primary carer parental leave (full-time)

Headcount

33

34

46

61

60

%

48%

51%

59%

64%

53%

Returned from primary carer parental leave (part-time)

Headcount

15

13

16

11

27

%

22%

19%

21%

11%

24%

Did not return (voluntary termination)

Headcount

-

-

1

2

4

%

0%

0%

1%

2%

4%

Did not return (involuntary termination)

Headcount

1

1

-

1

1

%

1%

1%

0%

1%

1%

Did not return (still on leave)

Headcount

20

19

15

21

21

%

29%

28%

19%

22%

19%

Notes

  • All data is calculated as of the individual's status as of 30 June of the relevant reporting year.

  • FY20 data does not include Southern Phone Company's 131 employees and Perth Energy's 48 employees as they were not fully integrated into AGL's human resource systems as at 30 June 2020.

  • Data presented on a headcount basis

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