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India Inc offers daddy leave

Young men who want to play a bigger role in child care than their dads did are now getting a chance to do so. In a small but significant step, some Indian companies are encouraging male employees to take a short, paid paternity break to share the responsibility of parenting with their spouses. This fully paid paternity leave, typically ranges between three and ten days.

Young men who want to play a bigger role in child care than their dads did are now getting a chance to do so. In a small but significant step, some Indian companies are encouraging male employees to take a short, paid paternity break to share the responsibility of parenting with their spouses. This fully paid paternity leave, typically ranges between three and ten days.

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