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Thursday, 18 January 2018

Nigerian Bank Approves Paternity Leave For Male Employees

A Top Nigerian bank, has urged male employees of the bank to take advantage of its parental leave policy that extends paid benefits to all mothers and fathers.









The bank made the appeal in a statement on Wednesday in Lagos. It said the policy, which started in January, would foster an inclusive workplace. It also said that the policy offered paid leave to all new parents at the bank, including mothers and fathers, as well as adoptive and surrogate parents.


The bank added that the new policy, first by a Nigerian bank, offered one week fully paid paternity leave to male employees and allows them to care for their offspring.


According to the bank, it also affords them in spending some quality time with the new addition to their family while supporting the new mother who needs the break. Also included in the policy is a surrogacy or adoptive leave with full pay for three months for female employees of the bank.

22 comments:

  1. Good one!! Men who work for this bank should use the time wisely and bond with the new baby and help out wifey. They should not misuse the time to go out in the morning and return late at night.

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    1. Anti-men....u no fit jus happy for them? One week only oooooh. Feminism oooh

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    2. Don't mind IT.

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  2. Nice. I think my company does that too. Will find out

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  3. I pray it works for them bank officials

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  4. Nice move there... No be like before wey person go give birth n resume that same month


    Mc pinky

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  5. They need it to inpragnant the woman again😂

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    1. What's inpragnant?

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    2. 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣

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  6. when my bank don dey do am since!

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  7. One week!!! Issokay

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  8. They need to bond with their babies not to go and hang out with friends during the paternity leave.

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  9. This is a welcome development. I hope the nursing mother will not end up taking care of 2 babies. Lol

    BettyO

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  10. Nice move, but one week is too small na. The hubby will barely be around for naming ceremony.

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  11. One week is not exciting. Give men a month at least . Some places give new fathers 3 months or more. Anyway small small

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  12. Well my bank stanbic already does it since how many years now

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