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16. (1) P may carry out up to ten days’ work for E during P’s additional paternity leave period without bringing the additional paternity leave period to an end.
(2) For the purposes of this regulation, any work carried out on any day shall constitute a day’s work.
(3) Subject to paragraph (4), for the purposes of this regulation, work means any work done under the contract of employment and may include training or any activity undertaken for the purposes of keeping in touch with the workplace.
(4) Reasonable contact from time to time between P and E which either party is entitled to make during an additional paternity leave period (for example to discuss P’s return to work) shall not bring that period to an end.
(5) This regulation does not confer any right on E to require that any work be carried out during the additional paternity leave period, nor any right on P to work during the additional paternity leave period.
(6) Any days’ work carried out under this regulation shall not have the effect of extending the total duration of the additional paternity leave period.
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