At the ballot box yesterday, Switzerland said yes to two-week paternity leave. UBS is now going one step further. She is expanding paternity leave for her employees in Switzerland from two to four weeks, as the big bank wrote in a message on Monday.
In addition to paid paternity leave, mothers at UBS have up to 30 weeks maternity leave. If both mother and father work at UBS, they can freely choose who takes how much of the paid parental leave, according to the statutory vacation days, the bank continues.
UBS Human Resources Manager Patrick Stolz says: “We want to further promote the compatibility of work and family and be an attractive employer. In addition to our generous maternity and paternity leave, this also includes the further promotion of flexible forms of work. “
According to UBS, fathers also have the right to take two to four weeks of unpaid leave during the first year after the child’s birth or to reduce their workload to 80 percent for one to six months without changing the insured salary at the pension fund.
On Sunday, Switzerland voted on two weeks of paternity leave. The voters accepted the proposal with a yes share of around 602 percent. The largest Swiss women’s umbrella association, Alliance F, is delighted with the “good and clear result”. The paternity period of two weeks was overdue, said Kathrin Bertschy, Co-President Alliance F and National Councilor (GLP / BE), opposite Keystone-SDA. For the referendum committee against paternity leave, yes is the wrong way to go. Right now the social welfare works would be weakened with further wage deductions. “The SMEs are the losers,” said Zurich SVP councilor Susanne Brunner on Sunday to SRF television.
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