Although shared parental leave has been in place for almost two years, take-up has been low. As a result, many employers remain unprepared to put it in place.
However, continuing push for equality at work may mean that the now fully established system for shared parental leave becomes more desirable to new dads.
BDBF Partner Polly Rodway considers the steps employers can take to ensure they are ready to support new fathers’ parental leave, and the pitfalls unprepared employers can fall into.
Please read the full article, a version of which was originally published in City AM on 8 September 2017, on the BDBF website here.