20-Day paternity leave increases employee productivity
A survey by Talenses, a Brazilian research firm in the executive sector, has shown that men who receive 20 days of paternity leave instead of just five have a better work income. According to the data collected, 61% of companies are afraid to grant the 20-day license and lose productivity, against 18% who joined the program. Of these 18%, 23% of these companies are foreign and already have this benefit in other countries. The data also indicate that the 20 days at home with the baby generate 44.8% less gender inequality, 20.7% retention of talent and 13.8% increase in productivity on return to work.
Facebook will release information on suicide prevention in some of its ads during the month of September. Thus, instead of advertisements, users will find addresses and indications of groups that offer support against depression and suicide. The initiative is linked to the actions of Yellow September, month of suicide prevention, and aims to offer users tools and resources that can help people experiencing difficult times.
Invented for more than two decades, hand spinner is the new fever among children and adolescents worldwide, the toy is succeeding for simplicity and ease in playing. Just give it a boost and it keeps spinning for a few minutes which is precisely the main challenge, achieving the best performance of the toy.