An employee has informed me that they are planning to undergo IVF treatment. Do we have to make any special accommodations for them at work?

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An employee has informed me that they are planning to undergo IVF treatment. Do we have to make any special accommodations for them at work?

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In vitro fertilisation, commonly referred to as IVF, is a medical technology available to individuals who are experiencing difficulties conceiving a child. In many cases, the IVF procedure will require multiple medical appointments, including pre-screening tests, before the eventual implantation takes place.

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