En­hanced Pa­ter­nity & Ma­ter­nity Leave at John­son & John­son In­done­sia Gives Par­ents More Qual­ity Time to Bond with Their New­born

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Meet­ing the needs of twenty-first cen­tury fam­i­lies, John­son & John­son be­lieves that fam­ily comes first. John­son & John­son’s new Global Parental Leave ap­proach reaf­firms how they want to help their em­ploy­ees be their best – at work and at home.

Cur­rently, In­done­sian parental leave is 3 months of paid ma­ter­nity leave for fe­male em­ploy­ees and two days of pa­ter­nity leave dur­ing the child’s birth. John­son & John­son launched the en­hanced Global Parental Leave Pol­icy in Au­gust 2017, and the com­pany con­tin­ues to re­in­force its com­mit­ment to em­ploy­ees that en­ables new par­ents to spend more qual­ity time with chil­dren. With this new Global Parental Leave Pol­icy, all eli­gi­ble em­ploy­ees of the com­pany – moth­ers and fathers, in­clud­ing adop­tive par­ents – will now be en­ti­tled to take two months of pa­ter­nity leave and three and a half months of ma­ter­nity leave – both with 100 per­cent of com­pany base pay dur­ing the first year to bond with a new­born or newly adopted child.

Peter Fa­solo, Ex­ec­u­tive Vice Pres­i­dent and Chief Hu­man Re­source Of­fi­cer at John­son & John­son said, “At John­son & John­son, we be­lieve fam­ily comes first. Fol­low­ing the suc­cess­ful im­ple­men­ta­tion of our ex­panded

U. S. parental leave pro­gramme in 2015, we are proud to an­nounce a con­sis­tent ap­proach to parental leave across the globe this year.”

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