[(1) Regulations under section 76 may make provision—
(a) about redundancy during a period of parental leave;
(b) about dismissal (other than by reason of redundancy) during a period of parental leave.
(2) Provision by virtue of subsection (1) may include—
(a) provision requiring an employer to offer alternative employment;
(b) provision for the consequences of failure to comply with the regulations (which may include provision for a dismissal to be treated as unfair for the purposes of Part X).
(3) Regulations under section 76 may provide for an employee to be entitled to choose to exercise all or part of his
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