Most working men and women in the U.S. aren’t offered paid paternity leave. But a study of four large corporations just released by the Boston College Center for Work & Family, which studies contemporary workforce issues, finds that expanded parental leave “is a highly valued benefit for both men and women (that) yields positive outcomes for organizations in terms of employee recruitment, loyalty and retention.”

Eight findings of the study are highlighted in this article.

Read more: http://earlylearningnation.com/2019/11/new-study-expanded-parental-leave-benefits-families-and-business/