Quiz: What did 53 percent of companies offer in 2020 and only 35 percent do now?
This is according to a survey from the Society of Human Resources Management (SHRM), which also found drops in paternity leave policies and cut the number of weeks of paid leave while not eliminating it.
This doesn’t seem suitable for the workforce, especially since the US falls behind its European counterparts in paid parental leave. But, since businesses are doing this, there should be at least a little logic behind why they’ve chosen to cut parental leave programs. Here are some theories:
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