JPMorgan employee sues firm's '1950s' paternity leave policy

JPMorgan employee sues firm's '1950s' paternity leave policy

Whilst society is transcending traditional gender roles, with childcare leaning towards a more flexible and shared caring model, workplaces aren’t moving in tandem with modern attitudes.

Often, women are considered the primary caregiver, whilst fathers face a penalty for wanting to take a more active role when it comes to childcare or are subject to company policies, resembling ‘1950s’ social attitudes.

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