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In a significant step, new family leave laws in Finland aim to give a parental leave of seven months or 164 “daily allowance days” each. The country currently allows four months of maternity leave, and two months of paternity leave. This major shift in policy aims to prioritize children’s welfare a by promoting gender equality …

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Most employees in the United States could only dream of having a flexible working schedule – one that will allow them to dedicate more time doing the things they truly love and spending more time with family. In Finland, this dream is set to become a reality. Sanna Marin, the new Prime Minister of Finland …

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Iceland Prime Minister Katrin Jakobsdottir believes that in terms of budget, social and environmental factors should be prioritized over the country’s Gross Domestic Product or GDP. Growth Domestic Product (GDP) is the total market value of the goods and services that a nation produces in a year. Many countries prioritize GDP as it is a …

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