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Prince Harry will reportedly take 2 weeks of paternity leave from his royal duties to be a ‘modern dad,’ and piles of research shows why t...
Prince Harry is reportedly taking two weeks of paternity leave. A growing body of evidence suggests paid leave benefits parents, kids, and businesses.
Singapore ranked worst place for women to work among top ‘gender-equal’ nations, with about 20% less pay and savings than men
Singapore is said to have the biggest gender wage gap among the oft-called "gender-equal" nations.
If California’s new governor can deliver on his proposal to offer 6 months of paid parental leave, it would be the most generous policy in the U...
California's Gov. Newsom is pushing for 12-16 weeks of paid parental leave per parent, which would make it the best state policy for American parents.
Employees can also take up to six months of additional unpaid leave.
According to an INSIDER survey, your definition of a good job has to do with your politics, age, and geographic location.
"You represent the most important thing we’ve all been working toward—the future," reads the letter from Microsoft, to employees' newborn children.
Tobacco giant Reynolds American will soon start offering a paid parental leave benefit among the best in the US
In January, major tobacco company Reynolds American will begin offering 16 weeks of paid parental leave, for both mothers and fathers, with an additional subsequent eight months of flexible work time. It will be among the best policies in the United States.
Chinese authorities are offering wedding subsidies and cash payments to lure ‘high quality’ women into having more babies
After scrapping the "one-child policy" in 2016, China had hoped a baby boom would hit but women still aren't having children. Chinese provinces are now offering baby bonuses, wedding subsidies, and extra maternity and miscarriage prevention leave to lure women into parenthood.
New Zealand’s prime minister gave birth in office and is now the first world leader on maternity leave
Jacinda Ardern gave birth to a daughter on Thursday. She is the second world leader to give birth in office, after Pakistan's Benazir Bhutto, but is the first to pause her duties to take maternity leave. She is planning on being away from work for six weeks.
DocuSign CEO Dan Springer discusses how his own experience as a single father helped shape his company's parental leave policy. Employees who are primary caregivers receive six months of paid leave within the first year of the child's arrival.