Monthly Archives: January 2018

No provision on “Paternity Leave” in Indian labour law !!!

Yes, you read it right – There is no provision on paternity leave in Indian labour law for private sector workers. On the other hand All India and Central Civil Services Rules allow Central government employees 15 days of paternity leave. This also extends to cases where a child has been adopted.

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Off lately there has been a news that if the Paternity Benefit Bill, 2017 goes through, fathers will be able to get paternity leave extendable up to three months. Member of Parliament from Maharashtra, Rajeev Satav,  did quote in Business Today, “Child care is the joint responsibility of both parents. They must devote time to the newborn to ensure its proper well-being,”

Interesting facts:

a) The Swedes are entitled to 480 combined days of paid parental leave—240 for mom and 240 for dad.

b) In the US, there is no federally-mandated paid parental leave

c) In Norway, parents are entitled to 46 weeks at full salary, or 56 weeks at 80% pay.

d) Germany : Father or mother can take up to 52 weeks of parental leave with a minimum of 2 months for each parent. If both parents take at least 2 months, the leave is extended up to 60 weeks

e) Iceland : Father is entitled to up to 6 months leave, of which 3 months are mandatory. During this period of leave they are paid 80% of their normal pay.

f) Spain : Fathers are entitled to 30 days of paid leave.

So now that you have a good background of the topic, lets shift our attention to the ground reality of what some of the companies have to offer for fathers (Following data is collected via various news articles and information which is publicly available. In case you want to add / edit, do feel free to do so in the interest of the readers)

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Amazing numbers right!!! The range is from 1 day to 52 weeks. Would be interesting to see how would be landscape change if and when the law passes in parliament for granting 3 months leave.

Would be great to know your views on this topic and also if you want to add / edit any companies, do feel free to comment on this blog. As this is a sheet that we will keep updating for the benefit of the readers.

Regards

Rambling Recruiter

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World’s biggest Social Media Statistics of Pharma Companies

Confession time!!!! Just like the previous blog about Banks, had to wait for 365 days to come up with this blog too. Had made a small attempt to capture the social media statistics of Pharma companies in 2015 and 2016. And here we are exactly a year later to explore the Statistics of 2017

So before you get into the data part, would like to thank the Digital Marketing, HR, Talent Acquisition and Corporate Marketing teams of all these companies who have created an impact on their customers, clients and candidates via their social sites. So keep it going and keep inspiring                                                                                                  

So enough of Talking, let’s look at the DATA!!!! (We are all so obsessed with Data)

Presenting World’s biggest Social Media Statistics of Pharma Companies”

Pharma Stats

Few Key takeaways:

  • All of these Pharma companies have a dedicate careers tab on their LinkedIn Company Page
  • Cipla has the highest increase in Twitter Followers as compared to 2016 ie 196%
  • Sun Pharma has seen an increase in LinkedIn followers ie 47% rise as compared to 2016
  • Zydus Group has seen 178% increase in their Twitter followers as compared to 2016.
  • Pfizer and Dr Reddy’s Laboratories have seen an good increase on their YouTube Channel in terms of subscribers ie 127% and 265% respectively

Looking forward to your views and comments on this blog post.

Regards

Rambling Recruiter

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