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Kering puts a global parental policy in place

On 14 December French luxury goods brand announced that as of 01 January 2017 minimum standards would be in place for maternity and adoption leave that will be fourteen weeks at 100% of basic pay and five days paternity/partner leave. These ‘internal standards’ will apply to the group’s 38,500 employees working in more than sixty countries across the globe.

Through . Published on 14 December 2016 à 15h12 - Update on 14 December 2016 à 16h56

Kering, well known for its commitment to professional equality has crossed a threshold in terms of its ‘legal ethical framework’ that will span its global operations. …

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