Tag: Paternity Leave

Diageo introduces new global maternity and paternity leave policies

Diageo, the British multinational beverages company, has announced a new family leave policy, which is applicable to its employees across businesses. In order to...

Philips India announces 8 weeks of paid paternity leave

Philips India has recently revised its paternity leave policy allowing eligible fathers to take a paid leave of eight weeks. By doing so, the...

How ‘paternity leave’ can change organisation culture

Why it is important to make organisations family friendly

Aviva Singapore allows sixteen weeks of maternity and paternity leave

The new leave policy aims to bring about diversity and inclusion in the work culture with no impediments to career progression.

Schneider Electric’s new global family leave policy

The policy will let employees enjoy paid personal leave and manage their personal and professional lives better.

New dads get less paternity leave than new moms

Unequal leave facilities for men and women in organisations.

Johnson & Johnson India’s employees to now enjoy eight weeks paid...

The facility can be availed by new and adoptive fathers in the first year 

Vedanta introduces new parental leave policy

Adoption leave of 12 weeks and paternity leave of one week are the new additions besides the 26 weeks of maternity leave.

Accenture: Celebrate motherhood without compromising on career

Accenture paves the way for retention of women employees by extending maternity leave to 22 weeks.

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Organisations need to focus on ensuring that their women do not quit. Looks like women are quitting their jobs at a faster rate than men....

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TripAdvisor plans to layoff 200

Close on the heels of the layoffs at Oyo, the online travel information providing company, TripAdvisor, is also planning to downsize. About 200 employees...

How effective are financial rewards for learning?

Every good organisation will have a learning and development programme in place to help its employees grow and contribute in greater quality. However, getting...

Achievement of even the smallest of milestones should be celebrated

Employees surely do work hard. After all, they do give priority to their job for at least seven to eight hours every day. Therefore,...

Stelis Biopharma appoints Raghavendra Rao as new CHRO

Stelis Biopharma today announced the appointment of S Raghavendra Rao as chief human resources officer (CHRO). Rao joins the biopharmaceutical company after managing multiple...

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It was a Friday afternoon, when the HRKatha team got the opportunity to meet a man who is not just a recognised leader but...