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Mark Zuckerberg is taking two months off to spend time with his second daughter

From: Mashable By Kerry Flynn Recommended by: Mashable Mark Zuckerberg runs one of the most valuable companies in the world. But he's not letting them stop him from spending time with his children.The CEO of Facebook is taking two
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Ikea Indias parental leave policy leaves most US companies in the dust

From: Mashable By Sasha Lekach Recommended by: Mashable Ikea India just made its already great maternity leave policy even better.Just last week, it gave new mothers six months off work for their first two children, which is
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Is Your Parental Leave Policy Sending the Wrong (Maybe Illegal) Message?

On average, organizations gave mothers 41 paid days of maternity leave, compared with 22 paid days of paternity leave for fathers. That statistic comes from 2016 Paid Leave in the Workplace, a survey recently conducted by the Society for Human
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With So Many Paid Leave Laws, How Do You Know What Applies?

Let’s face it: The national conversation on paid leave has changed. Looking back even one year ago, news outlets were mainly focused on decrying the state of the unpaid sick and parental leave protections offered in the U.S., as compared to
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5 Parental Leave Trends You Need to Know

You already know about the so-called “arms race” in which companies are upping the ante on parental leave plans and other family-friendly benefits in an effort to recruit and retain today’s top talent. And you’ve seen the
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What San Francisco’s Paid Parental Leave Law Will Mean For Employers

By Jason Geller and Richard Meneghello San Francisco just became the first city in the country to pass legislation requiring many employers to provide workers with paid parental leave, entitled the Paid Parental Leave Ordinance. Starting in
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Facebooks flawless earnings embarrass Twitter once again

From: Mashable By Seth Fiegerman Recommended by: Mashable Mark Zuckerberg is kicking off his return from paternity leave on a positive note.Facebook revenue surged to $5.8 billion in the all-important holiday quarter of 2015,
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Mark Zuckerberg says he will take 2 months of paternity leave

You know what's really cool? A male CEO setting a good example by taking a proper paternity leave.Mark Zuckerberg, the cofounder and CEO of Facebook, revealed Friday that he will step aside from his day-to-day executive responsibilities at the $300