Webinar, hosted by experts, discussing Paternity Leave, Families and the Government’s Good Work Plan to be held today.
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Paternity leave does not give dads enough time with newborn child.
More dads than ever before are now actively involved in day to day parenting and are looking for workplace flexibility which is still not currently provided by the majority of UK employers.
New research suggests it’s time that workplace culture evolved to ensure fathers are confident their rights as parents will be respected. Read the story here.
Find out why new working dads in the UK don’t take advantage of Shared Parental Leave (SPL), although they really do want the time off to care for their baby.
The craft brewery will be the first in the industry to offer its workforce time off to settle a new pet, and the first company in the US to pioneer the puppy incentive
The founders of music streaming service Spotify have also announced a new paid leave plan for working parents. Any full-time Spotify employee will be able to take up to six months of 100 percent paid leave, either all at once or split into three sections, from 60 days before their child’s arrival to the child’s third birthday. All parents are included under the plan, including parents who adopt or use a surrogate.
Tina Wisener: Netflix premieres 12 months paid parental leave for all, but can UK employers pick and choose who gets it?
Netflix has announced that its employees can take as much time off as they wish during the first year after their child’s birth or adoption and still be paid in full.
Netflix has announced that they will give new parents a year’s fully-paid leave to ensure the retention of top talent.
New dads who work for Virgin will able to take a full 12 months paid paternity leave. The offer is available to both mothers and fathers as well as people who adopt.
Eight weeks until shared parental leave begins, BIS and ACAS offer some tips.