Paternity Leave

Does your company offer it? I'm about to have my second child and I'm taking a week off but I'll be out of pocket the whole time. 
Makes me wish I was still at Apple, where I could take 12 weeks at 100% salary and up to a year at 70%. 
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HindsightHarry
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Account Executive
I strategically plan for my wife to give birth when it’s Q4 and I’m not gonna hit annual.
someoneinsales
Tycoon
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Director of Sales
What state do you live in? In California, legally fathers get something like 9 weeks paid leave anytime throughout the first year of a baby’s life.
fuzzy
Notable Contributor
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CMO (Chief Meme Officer)
Florida
someoneinsales
Tycoon
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Director of Sales
Ah! Yea not many laws in place for this there, but hey beautiful beaches!
Santipodero
Politicker
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Sanix
you are right there are not many laws in effect on this in florida
Panda4489
Politicker
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Director of Sales
Not many lows there but definitely easier on the taxes than CA
SalesPharaoh
Big Shot
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AM BDR
yes our company and laws offer it, it is amazing you get 1 full day leave. If your kid gets born on a weekend great news you are not eligible in using it...which is great! who wants to take time off from work?
CuriousFox
WR Officer
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Senior Account Executive
You would think companies would get with the times and offer this damn right. There are so many different circumstances now for bringing a baby home.
CaneWolf
Politicker
1
Call me what you want, just sign the damn contract
ONE WEEK. ARE YOU FUCKING KIDDING ME? Christ, we need to get it together about maternity/paternity leave in this country.
fuzzy
Notable Contributor
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CMO (Chief Meme Officer)
Hahah they don’t even have a policy. I could probably take a lot more but I have really important shit that needs to get done so I’m lucky to just take a week.
CuriousFox
WR Officer
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Senior Account Executive
I was equally outraged for him. 🤬
FamilyTruckster
Politicker
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Exec Director, Major Accounts
Took as much time as I could for each kid. Last one was three weeks, followed by another 2 weeks later in the year. 

first two was all standard PTO. Last was paternity. Was a game changer for #3
Tomahawk
Fire Starter
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Director of Commercial Sales
My company offers 6 weeks that are *supposed* to be taken in 2-week chunks during the first 6 months, but it’s not tracked so it’s kind of a free for all. If you’re hitting metrics, nobody much cares, especially given the remote environment.
Santipodero
Politicker
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Sanix
I took the necessary time, the last mine was 1 month and a couple of weeks
OldDogNewTricks
Opinionated
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Sales guy
We do unlimited PTO so yep paternity would be covered. We're not planning any more kids, ever though
FromaBlankPerspective
Politicker
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District Manager
Yes - I believe it’s 6 weeks? Maternity is also 6 weeks/8 weeks (paid) depending on the situation. 
LordBusiness
Politicker
0
Chief Revenue Officer
I took off one week for both my children.  Used my standard vacation time. 
Panda4489
Politicker
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Director of Sales
Took 8 weeks at my last spot. 

I negotiated 12 week full salary in my contact when I landed at my newest spot this year.
Hudsonsmom
Opinionated
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Area Sales Manager
Our company gives 3 months. It’s new and apparently “frowned on” for using bc it means you’re just not manly enough if you actually want to participate in helping with a newborn. (Work for old school auto manufacturer - straight boys club so this fits)
GDO
Politicker
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BDM
Living in Belgium I get a few weeks guaranteed 
Hoopnip
Opinionated
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Commercial AE
Take as much as you can. You will never get that time back with your kids.
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