Thanks to Jim Brous for this article from the Globe and Mail.
Valéry Jacques goes on maternity leave on Friday, but she isn’t sure if she’ll take 10 or 12 months off from her job at Effigi Inc., a small but fast-growing Montreal-based clothing maker.
Her partner is thinking of filling in for those last two months to care for their baby, booking off on a paternity leave at his employer.
“All I know for sure is that I will return to work,” says Ms. Jacques, 28, a graphic designer. “But I’m not at all anxious about this.”
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