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Sweden’s ambassador to Thailand says he is delighted 12 companies from his native homeland have promised to give male employees one month’s paid paternity leave. Twelve Swedish firms in Thailand, including ABB, Astra Zeneca, IKEA, Electolux, and Volvo, have agreed to give 30 days’ paid paternity leave to all male staff. Jon Astrom Grondahl, was speaking at the opening ceremony of a photo exhibition, titled “Parenting – an Equal Opportunity” by the award-winning Swedish photographer and filmmaker Elin Berge, to help promote the “Paternity Leave Pledge 2022” campaign. The 46 year old Swedish ambassador believes that balancing family and career […]

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