Parental leave: The mother and father of all problems

A study by Hays Ireland has shown that there is inequality among employees in perceived entitlement to parental leave

1st October, 2017

More than half of employees think that new fathers in their organisation do not take the full parental leave they are entitled to. Some 38 per cent believe this is because fathers fear an adverse impact on their finances if they take their full entitlement, while 28 per cent say it is because fathers think they may be viewed as less committed to their career.

These findings were published last week in Hays Ireland’s Gender Diversity Report...

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