Being a father is a great a thing but being a CEO takes a lot from the father of a new-born daughter and that’s why the young billionaire has already given the world so much already and no one can argue he deserves some time off to take care of family. As the Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg plans to take a two months paternity leave when his second daughter is born. He made the announcement late Friday saying he did the same thing when his first daughter, Max, was born in 2015.
Although The CEO’s personal life naturally shouldn’t be a topic of interest parental leave remains a controversial concept still, in the U.S, given the fact that it lacks legislative support from the government, It also entails cultural stigma around employees, especially those in executive leadership , taking time off work especially those in executive positions taking those sort of breaks reported verge.
According to a 2017 study from pew research, only 14 percent of civilian workers had access to paid family leave, and the first state to establish paid family leave was California in 2004.
The research added that in countries like Canada Europe, and elsewhere have much more generosity on an average. The leave period leverage can be split up throughout the first year of a new child’s birth. However, Many developing countries in the world have failed to put the much needed attention to fringe benefits like a paid leave-both maternity or paternity to workers.