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PwC India women staff can take leave up to 3 yrs for childcare

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PwC today said it has launched a programme that allows its women employees to take leave for up to three years for childcare once during their employment with PwC.

The programme, Full Circle, applies to all regular full time women employees who have been employed with PwC for two or more years, have taken a break and intend to return to PwC.



"Our intent with the launch of this programme is to put into practice the deep organisational commitment towards supporting our women employees and their personal needs," PwC Chief People Officer Jagjit Singh said.

Some benefits of the programme include continuity of service throughout the programme duration, a mentor to connect with throughout the programme who will also assist in transition back to the firm, access to local firm events and functions and all PwC-related updates and continuity of all health and welfare benefits.

"With this new programme, our women employees, who constitute nearly a third of our total workforce in India, will get the opportunity to stay connected with their colleagues, peers and firm even if they decide to take a break to care for their children," the company said.

As part of a number of women-centric initiatives, PwC also revised the duration of paid maternity leave from 12 weeks to 26 weeks (182 calendar days) from January 1, 2016.

In addition, PwC will continue to provide employees with the necessary flexibility options to establish work-life balance, the release said.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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PwC India women staff can take leave up to 3 yrs for childcare

PwC India today said it has launched a programme that allows its women employees to take leave for up to three years for childcare once during their employment with PwC. The programme, Full Circle, applies to all regular full time women employees who have been employed with PwC for two or more years, have taken a break and intend to return to PwC. "Our intent with the launch of this programme is to put into practice the deep organisational commitment towards supporting our women employees and their personal needs," PwC India Chief People Officer Jagjit Singh said. Some benefits of the programme include continuity of service throughout the programme duration, a mentor to connect with throughout the programme who will also assist in transition back to the firm, access to local firm events and functions and all PwC-related updates and continuity of all health and welfare benefits. "With this new programme, our women employees, who constitute nearly a third of our ... PwC today said it has launched a programme that allows its women employees to take leave for up to three years for childcare once during their employment with PwC.

The programme, Full Circle, applies to all regular full time women employees who have been employed with PwC for two or more years, have taken a break and intend to return to PwC.

"Our intent with the launch of this programme is to put into practice the deep organisational commitment towards supporting our women employees and their personal needs," PwC Chief People Officer Jagjit Singh said.

Some benefits of the programme include continuity of service throughout the programme duration, a mentor to connect with throughout the programme who will also assist in transition back to the firm, access to local firm events and functions and all PwC-related updates and continuity of all health and welfare benefits.

"With this new programme, our women employees, who constitute nearly a third of our total workforce in India, will get the opportunity to stay connected with their colleagues, peers and firm even if they decide to take a break to care for their children," the company said.

As part of a number of women-centric initiatives, PwC also revised the duration of paid maternity leave from 12 weeks to 26 weeks (182 calendar days) from January 1, 2016.

In addition, PwC will continue to provide employees with the necessary flexibility options to establish work-life balance, the release said.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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PwC India women staff can take leave up to 3 yrs for childcare

PwC today said it has launched a programme that allows its women employees to take leave for up to three years for childcare once during their employment with PwC.

The programme, Full Circle, applies to all regular full time women employees who have been employed with PwC for two or more years, have taken a break and intend to return to PwC.

"Our intent with the launch of this programme is to put into practice the deep organisational commitment towards supporting our women employees and their personal needs," PwC Chief People Officer Jagjit Singh said.

Some benefits of the programme include continuity of service throughout the programme duration, a mentor to connect with throughout the programme who will also assist in transition back to the firm, access to local firm events and functions and all PwC-related updates and continuity of all health and welfare benefits.

"With this new programme, our women employees, who constitute nearly a third of our total workforce in India, will get the opportunity to stay connected with their colleagues, peers and firm even if they decide to take a break to care for their children," the company said.

As part of a number of women-centric initiatives, PwC also revised the duration of paid maternity leave from 12 weeks to 26 weeks (182 calendar days) from January 1, 2016.

In addition, PwC will continue to provide employees with the necessary flexibility options to establish work-life balance, the release said.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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