Does Your Employer Offer #PaternityLeave? Check Out These Great Companies For Working Dads

Starting a family is one of the biggest milestones in a person's life. It's in those first few months when a parent can really bond with their newborn and make lifelong memories. However, for some new dads, it can be difficult to juggle being a new parent while remaining dedicated to their career.

Fortunately, some companies have generous paternity leave policies that give new dads the ability to take time off of work to stay home with their child.


If you're looking for an employer that will give you the time you need to stay home and spend time with your child, take a look at these companies that offer generous #paternityleave to working dads!

Bank Of America

Bank of America offers up to 16 weeks of fully paid paternity and maternity leave. Interested in working for a company that values family? Take a look at their open positions.

Roche Diagnostics USA

Roche Diagnostics offers a 8-week parental bonding leave to its employees. This is a company that understands the importance of having work-life balance. They're hiring! Check out their open roles.

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