Parental leave | Lessons on parental leave from 'Latte Dads'

Lessons on parental leave from 'Latte Dads'

When looking for work, prospective employees may be concerned by flexible working patterns, competitive salaries or tempting compensation and benefits packages as an incentive to proceed with their applications.

However others – who may be looking to adopt or become parents later on in their careers - may shift their priority to decent parental leave schemes when securing a new job. For many years, parental leave initiatives were predominantly focussed on the women.

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