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.
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