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Pinterest improves paternity and maternity benefits

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Pinterest is an online platform – they don’t like being called a “social network” – recognized for the efforts of its Human Resources department to achieve conciliation and better living conditions for its employees around the world.

Pinterest has more than 2,000 employees worldwide

If you are thinking of applying for a job on Pinterest, where there are numerous openings available, you should know that the company has announced a considerable improvement in paternity and maternity benefits for its employees around the world.

In Spain the company has a small commercial office in Madrid, but globally there are more than 2,000 employees that the platform has. All of them, as of January 1, 2022, will enjoy the following benefits:

-More than 20 weeks of paternity / maternity leave. Paternity and maternity leave will be applied internationally for newborn children, with a minimum of 20 weeks for both parents.

-More than 20 weeks and 10,000 euros for adoptive families. The adoptive parents will also have 20 weeks of paid leave (previously it was 16 weeks), in addition to an increase in the already existing financial aid, which goes from 5,000 to 10,000 euros.

-8 weeks of paid leave for the NICU. Parents whose newborn children are admitted to the NICU (neonatal intensive care unit) will be able to enjoy 8 weeks of paid family care leave.

-4 weeks of paid leave in case of gestational loss. Parents will be assigned four weeks of paid leave if they experience an abortion at any time during the pregnancy.

On the other hand, Pinterest had an exclusive benefit for employees in the United States related to the processes of In Vitro Fertilization and egg freezing. From now on, this benefit will be available to employees around the world and will be added to others that already exist, such as the personalized support system for parenting through an app that offers guidance, personalized advice and programs designed by health professionals. .

Free subscriptions to the Calm app are also offered for employees and their families to ensure access to tools to reduce stress, improve concentration and improve sleep quality.

In the same way, free shipments of breast milk will continue to be made in case of having to travel for work and the four weeks of paid COVID leave for childcare in case of quarantines or classroom closures in schools and nursery schools.

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