The policy on parental leave in Denmark is described by the EU as "among the most generous and flexible" in the union. Mothers in Denmark are entitled to four weeks of paid maternity leave before the expected date of birth and 14 weeks afterwards. Fathers are entitled to two weeks of leave within the first 14 weeks after the birth, with each parent entitled to 32 weeks of parental leave.
So how much time does the government guarantee new parents? And what of your company’s other benefits should you be aware of to ensure you’re getting the most out of your company’s leave policy? #maternityleave #pregnancy #workingmom #everydayhealth | everydayhealth.com