Osborne Clarke follows trend toward better shared parental leave

June 17, 2015 Osborne Clarke is offering a better shared parental leave plan for its employees who have worked for at least one year at the firm. Employees will receive 15 weeks shared parental leave at full salary. Fathers at the firm for at least one year will receive two weeks paternity leave with full pay.

Other firms that had previously announced paid leave are Slaughter and May, which will provide six weeks of leave with fully pay, Linklaters, which offers six months of leave with full pay, and Addleshaw Goddard, which offers 20 weeks of leave with full pay.

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