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Having a great parental leave policy on paper isn't enough. Leadership needs to create a culture of taking it.
HPE just joined a small group of employers in Singapore who give new parents 26 weeks’ paid leave – and dads qualify too
New parents may be able to take more than 6 months off to care for their baby full-time - and still get paid.
Years of research have shown such policies have health and career benefits for both parents. Netflix tops the list with its famous "unlimited" plan.
Meghan Markle just gave birth and Prince Harry will reportedly take 2 weeks of paternity leave to be a ‘modern dad.’ Here’s why that...
Prince Harry is a dad and is reportedly taking two weeks of paternity leave. A growing body of evidence suggests how important paternity leave is.
Meghan Markle just gave birth to a baby boy and Prince Harry taking paternity leave — here’s what a royal’s job is really like
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex welcomed a baby boy on Monday. According to earlier reports, Prince Harry will be asking for paternity leave.
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"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.
Wall Street is offering the latest employee benefit, but it’s apparently the ‘kiss of death’ for the careers of bankers who use it
New York's bankers, traders, and asset managers often work for companies that offer weeks of paid paternity leave. But a Wall Street career coach said actually taking that time off is "the kiss of death" for their careers.
When you're a new father, perks like paternity leave, flexible work, and support networks can be not just nice to have — but real game-changers. And for the companies that offer them, they're a real competitive advantage.