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"The Netflix Blog"

Starting Now at Netflix: Unlimited Maternity and Paternity Leave

At Netflix, we work hard to foster a “freedom and responsibility” culture that gives our employees context about our business and the freedom to make their own decisions along with the accompanying responsibility. With this in mind, today we’re introducing an unlimited leave policy for new moms and dads that allows them to take off as much time as they want during the first year after a child’s birth or adoption. 

We want employees to have the flexibility and confidence to balance the needs of their growing families without worrying about work or finances. Parents can return part-time, full-time, or return and then go back out as needed. We’ll just keep paying them normally, eliminating the headache of switching to state or disability pay. Each employee gets to figure out what’s best for them and their family, and then works with their managers for coverage during their absences. 

Netflix’s continued success hinges on us competing for and keeping the most talented individuals in their field. Experience shows people perform better at work when they’re not worrying about home. This new policy, combined with our unlimited time off, allows employees to be supported during the changes in their lives and return to work more focused and dedicated.

--Tawni Cranz

Tawni Cranz is Netflix’s Chief Talent Officer
 
 
 

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Spindaddydad replied to ekelks's discussion 'jump to the top of my queue'
"Pass."
yesterday
Ando replied to Ando's discussion 'Baseball Tonight' in the group The Fan
"Love Zimm, but loved him giving up 3 homers within 5 minutes to my Mets even better. "
yesterday
Ando replied to pterosaur's discussion 'The Listening Thread: Part NEIN!' in the group The Soundtracks to Our Lives
"Funk Inc. - The Thrill is Gone Moooorning."
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Knaldskalle replied to The Professor's discussion 'What did you watch today? v 35.0'
"It's a four hour silent movie, but it's totally worth seeing. They pretty well reflect the times they were made in, with Testament of Dr. Mabuse reflecting the rise to power of the Nazis and the first one, Dr. Mabuse the Gambler,…"
Monday
Nerves replied to The Professor's discussion 'What did you watch today? v 35.0'
"I haven't seen the first one yet. Looking forward to it!"
Monday
Knaldskalle replied to The Professor's discussion 'What did you watch today? v 35.0'
"I've yet to see this one (I have it on a hard drive somewhere), but the first two movies in the "Mabuse Trilogy" are outstanding! So outstanding in fact that I recently bought them on blu-ray from the UK (released by "Masters of…"
Monday
Nerves replied to The Professor's discussion 'What did you watch today? v 35.0'
"Eden and After (1970) Alain Robbe-Grillet was born in France in 1922 to a family of engineers and scientists. He was trained as an agricultural engineer and embarked on a career of scientific research. At age 30, however, he turned to writing novels…"
Monday
Ando replied to Ando's discussion 'Baseball Tonight' in the group The Fan
"Nats play The Mets tonight at 8 EST. (ESPN), the final game of the series, with Zimmermann and Syndergaard on the mound for each team, respectively. Should be the best game of the series, especially with the recent trade additions to both teams. Saw…"
Monday
Ando replied to Scone's discussion 'Diana Krall: Live in Rio' in the group Music
"Yeah, she did a rendition of Devil May Care in Rio as well. But anytime she plays it it makes me stop and listen (and dance). "
Sunday
Ando commented on Ando's group 'Criterion Fun'
"Shot in Helsinki, New York, L.A., Paris and Rome, Jim Jarmusch's Night on Earth (1991) is a series of interactions between cab drivers and their passengers. One of the most amusing from Mr. J. (Still waiting for a Dead Man Criterion…"
Sunday
Ando commented on Ando's group 'Shake & Stir'
"Shakespeare's Mother (2015, BBC mimiseries) is a fanciful account of how a girl born during the time of Henry VIII came eventually to give birth to William Shakespere. Good marks. Might worth a once over. Here it is in full. "
Sunday
Nerves replied to The Professor's discussion 'What did you watch today? v 35.0'
"The 1,000 Eyes of Dr. Mabuse (1960) Fritz Lang would make three films featuring the Dr. Mabuse character. The second one, The Testament of Dr. Mabuse (1933), filmed in Germany, is a brilliant and prophetic work in which the…"
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