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Are employees seeking paw-ternity leave barking up the wrong tree?

by The 100 Companies

When it comes to dogs and the workforce, anything is paw-sible. The internet blew up recently after Roger Wade, CEO of BoxPark posed a question from one of his employees, asking for paw-ternity leave. Should his staff member get PTO to help his new fur baby settle in?

Thousands responded and while the majority (61%) felt it to be a sign of the apocalypse, some (39%) insisted it’s time for a “special event paid leave of absence.” In the end, Wade agreed to allow his staff member to work from home, a win-win for both.

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Vikki Locke, The SWFL 100

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