Why aren’t men taking shared parental leave? We chat to three dads

Why aren’t men taking shared parental leave? We chat to three dads
 

As few as one in 50 dads are taking advantage of a UK Government scheme designed to help us stay at home and look after the kids.
Even though around 285,000 couples are eligible for the scheme, according to research it seems that as few as 2% of us are actually using the opportunity.
The scheme allows parents to share 50 weeks of leave, 37 with pay, after they have a baby.
Shared parental leave as a benefit is paid at £140.98 a week of 90% of average earnings, whichever is lower.
As a stay-at-home dad myself, I’m stunned to discover that the government is having to invest £1.5million in an... read more

 
13 February 2018 in Lifestyle, Views: 59
Source: Metro
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