Insurance firm offers unpaid paternity breaks

Evans, Jill
February 1995
People Management;2/23/1995, Vol. 1 Issue 4, p19
Focuses on the unpaid paternity leave scheme of Edinburgh-based insurance company Scottish Provident. Number of the company's male employees; Opinion of Tracy Ashworth-Davies, personnel head of Scottish Provident, regarding the company's career break scheme; Details on the parties which negotiated the deal; Results of a survey on unpaid paternity leave conducted by salary and benefits specialists Alan Jones and Associates.


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