A recent survey (https://www.bna.com/survey-38-employers-n73014451081/) found that 38% of U.S. employers offer paid parental leave and that the average amount of time off offered was 4.1 weeks.
This benefit is being offered more commonly due to weak federal and state laws supporting working families. But,
More and more companies are using unlimited PTO (Paid Time Off) as a benefit to attract candidates and retain employees. In theory, this sounds like a great benefit. So, let's take a look at the pros and cons.
First, this option doesn't necessarily work in every industry or for every