Epstein Becker Discards Caregiver Status In Parental Leave

Law360 (January 2, 2020, 4:27 PM EST) -- Epstein Becker Green rang in the new year with a revamped parental leave policy that gives all of the firm's employees 10 weeks of paid time off when they become parents, regardless of so-called caregiver status.

James P. Flynn, Epstein Becker's managing director, told Law360 on Thursday that the firm felt it was important for the benefit to apply to all of its employees.

He said that he hopes the policy, which took effect on Wednesday, "will continue our track record as being seen as a firm that tries to promote a sense of camaraderie and teamwork among all of our...

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