Scottish brewery offers 'paw-ternity' leave for employees with puppies
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17 February 2017 19:36:01 Latest News - UPI.com
Daniel Uria Feb. 17 (UPI) -- A Scottish brewery has instituted a new policy offering "puppy parental leave" for employees raising young dogs. Full article on Scottish brewery offers 'paw-ternity' leave for employees with puppies
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2.7187123 04 April 2017 11:44:14 WN.com - World News
A GIANT crocodile snatched a pet puppy in front of its horrified owner on a flooded riverbank following Cyclone Debbie in Australia. A shocking picture shows Rusty’s last...
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1.6442714 23 March 2017 21:09:05 Latest News - UPI.com
A North Carolina rescue puppy is celebrating National Puppy Day in style thanks to a new set of prosthetic front paws that restored his mobility.
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1.3593562 24 February 2017 11:53:54 WN.com - Europe News
A craft brewing company, Brew-Dog, has announced that its 540 employees will now have the option of taking 'paw-ternity' leave if they get a new dog. The leave entitlement will be for one week and the dog can be a puppy or older dog. Brew-Dog's co-founder stated that 'At BrewDog, we care about two things above all else: People and beer. We also just really, really like dogs'. Nuala Murphy explores the details....
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0.9235538 17 February 2017 18:19:36 WN.com - World News
A Scottish brewery’s appreciation of man’s best friend extends to employees who get a week off workso they can bond with a new pet. BrewDog, a craft brewery with locations in...
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0.68475735 17 February 2017 14:26:30 timesofmalta.com
A craft brewing company in UK is offering staff a week of paid "paw-ternity leave" if they get a new dog. BrewDog is launching the Puppy Parental Leave programme to give employees time to bond with their new pet, whether they are welcoming a new puppy or taking in an older rescue dog. The Aberdeenshire brewery is a dog-friendly workplace, with around 50 office dogs, and has already had inquiries from staff about the scheme. The puppy parental leave will also be available at its new brewery in Columbus, Ohio, which is due to open in Spring 2017. BrewDog co-founder James Watt said: "It's not easy trying to juggle work and settle a new dog into your life, and many members of our crew have four-legged friends at home. "So we wanted to take the stress out of the situation and let our teams take the time they need to welcome their new puppy or dog into their family." "We always want to raise the bar when it comes to offering our staff the best possible benefits. At BrewDog, we care about two things above all else: People and beer. We also just really, really like dogs." The company hopes the scheme will give dogs time to settle into their new home and surroundings while their owner...
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0.68475735 14 February 2017 04:45:48 WN.com - World News
The Seattle City Council has voted unanimously to offer city employees up to 12 weeks of paid parental leave instead of the four weeks they currently offer. ......
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0.6590199 30 January 2017 19:33:49 Latest News - UPI.com
Ben Hooper Jan. 30 (UPI) -- A Florida puppy without front paws is learning to walk with help from a wheelchair designed by a group of engineering high school students.
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0.6590199 20 September 2016 23:10:50 WN.com - America News
Matt Crain and Sarah Mallouk Crain, of Pennsylvania, included rescue puppies to break the ice on their big day. ......
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0.6590199 30 July 2016 23:47:18 Japan Today: Japan News and Discussion
As the saying goes – pets are the only members of your family that you get to choose. Some people might have a hard time understanding it, but if you have or have had a pet then you no doubt understand the bond that forms over the years between you…
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0.6590199 14 July 2016 15:59:54 timesofmalta.com
Mater Dei hospital employees who catch the bus to work can apply to receive up to €240 in the form of a public transport credit, the hospital announced today. Employees will get the credit when they give up their hospital parking permit. Those who sign up will receive a €20 credit on their tallinja card at the beginning of each month for the duration of one year, meaning they will only pay a maximum of €6 a month. The offer is open to 100 employees, with 34 having already taken it up. If employees do not fill up the remaining places, the hospital intends to make the transport credit available to relatives of patients hospitalised for a minimum of two weeks. Mater Dei CEO Ivan Falzon said commuting to hospital by bus made sense. “It’s cost effective and convenient," he said, adding that the collaboration with Malta Public Transport was "good news for our employees, our hospital and above all the environment.” The initiative follows a similar initiative MPT has in place with the University students' council, through which students can benefit from half-price bus tickets. “Following the success of the KSU Transport Fund, which saw many students opting for public transport...
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