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Ford Zooms By Rivals In Parental Leave

Ford has zoomed by its U.S. auto rivals after recently implementing major changes to its parental leave policies. So reports Fortune.


First Horizon Touted As a Top Employer for Adoption

First Horizon National has been cited as a top employer among 100 of the best places to work for employees who adopt.


Employees Cheer NBA's Off-The-Court Sabbatical Program

Employees with the National Basketball Association are giving their bosses a thumbs up for a perk that allows them four weeks off with full pay. So reports CNBC.


Free Dry-Cleaning, Food Among Perks Used to Attract Talent

Some employers are taking work-life balance to a new level by offering recruits perks such as free dry-cleaning, in-house gyms and free food. So reports MarketWatch.


SurveyMonkey Bucks Norms By Giving Benefits to Contract Workers

SurveyMonkey is going against Silicon Valley norms by providing its contract workers benefits that it used to only give its full-time staff. So reports CNBC.


Unlimited Vacation Policy Pays Off for One Firm

A Lowell, Massachusetts-based company has found success luring talent after implementing an unlimited vacation policy in 2016. So reports WBUR.


Indiana Council Doesn't Wait on HR to Grant Paid Parental Leave

Indiana's Lake County Council recently voted to grant county employees paid parental leave, quickly overriding a veto of the program by the Lake County Board of Commissioners. So reports The Chicago Tribune.


Fostering Greater Flexibility Should Be Standard Protocol

Firms need to be open to giving their employees more freedom to work remotely as workplaces should not require workers to be tethered to a single location. So reports Forbes.


Is Child Care at Work a Perk That's Right for Your Firm?

Working parents have traditionally figured out child care services on their own, but some employers have opened on-site centers to ease that burden.


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