Creating a nation-leading and inclusive parental leave policy at Smartgroup
Financial services firm Smartgroup Corporation faced a risk in 2019: it became clear their parental leave was not maximally supporting or attracting employees, so the organisation changed from a short, tenure-based parental leave policy that lost opportunities, to a nation-leading program that was generous, inclusive – and would become a major draw to attract and retain talent.
Justine Carmichael, Chief People Officer at Smartgroup Corporation, and Group People & Culture Manager, Briana Tabone, dive into their process in this in-depth case study.
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