(Parents) Paternity leave: 9 out of 10 people want more

Reading time :
29 Nov 2022

In this article published on 28 November by Marion Bellal on parents.fr, the latest study by the Diversity & Inclusion Chair at EDHEC is presented as follows: "Paternity leave is celebrating its 20th anniversary in France this year. Initially lasting eleven days, it was extended to twenty-five calendar days in July 2021. The Diversity and Inclusion Chair at EDHEC, a business school, therefore looked at the reception and use of this scheme since 2002 and the expectations of parents. Among the 784 respondents to the survey, published on 28 November 2022, executives (75%), highly educated people (77% have at least 5 years of higher education) and people in employment (92%) are over-represented. The results therefore largely reveal the expectations of this category of the French population - executives with degrees and currently employed...".

Other articles you may
be interested in

26.01.2023 - EDHEC
Read the 6th CNNum dossier about interactions at work between Humans & Machines
Created in 2011, the National Digital Council (CNNum) is responsible for…
24.01.2023 - EDHEC
EDHECinfra Research “highly commended” in the 2022 FT academic research awards
We are delighted to announce that the EDHECinfra research paper "An…
18.01.2023 - EDHEC
January 25, 6 pm - Register for the conference « Diriger de main de maître » (hybrid)
The EDHEC Chair in Leadership Development is pleased to welcome Christophe Roux…

Read more

Vote up!

You voted ‘up’