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TIME OFF FOR NEW DADS

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The Independent (p2) reports that male workers are increasingly being given time off following the birth of their c...
The Independent (p2) reports that male workers are increasingly being given time off following the birth of their child. Some firms are offering two weeks paternity leave.

A report from Reward Group, which researches pay conditions, claims that the average length of paternity leave is five days. It also found that one in 10 firms said they operated 'family-friendly' policies, ranging from flexible working hours and job-sharing to school term-time working and career breaks.
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