Apr 28, 2020
Microsoft is now offering 12 weeks of paid leave to its working parent employees as schools remain closed during the coronavirus crisis. Will other employers attempt to match — or even, beat them? In this episode, Jennifer and Rachael consider how employers are responding to the pandemic and what benefits and policies might remain going forward. How is your employer responding to the pandemic? How are you? Tell us your story at TheBreadwinnerspodcast.com. Help us tell the stories that mean the most to you. Please help us grow: Rate, review and subscribe to The Breadwinners on Apple podcasts! Episode Links Microsoft Is Giving Workers 12 Weeks of Paid Parental Leave Because of School Disruptions https://www.cnn.com/2020/04/09/tech/microsoft-12-weeks-parental-leave/index.html The Parents Are Not All Right https://gen.medium.com/parents-are-not-ok-66ab2a3e42d9 How Fortune 500 Companies Are Utilizing Their Resources and Expertise During the Coronavirus Pandemic https://fortune.com/2020/04/13/fortune-500-companies-coronavirus-response-covid-19-pandemic/ Want more Jennifer? Visit Jennwork: www.jennwork.com. Want more Rachael? Visit Reworking Parents: www.reworkingparents.com Our music is “Run for your Money,” by Devil and Perfects. Listen to them on Spotify.