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Journalism & Communication
Pages 3 (753 words)
Bob is an accountant at audits Inc. whose wife is to deliver twin babies in two months. Lee, who is Bob’s wife; wants Bob to take paternity leave in order to assist in carrying out different house chores and stand by her.
However, Bob is unsure on whether to ask or not to ask for the six weeks paternity leave, worried about the way it might impact his life long career. While Audits Inc. lays claim to being a family oriented organization as far as policy, winning numerous policy awards, it seems that the company’s internal structure suggests otherwise. Employees who wanted to further their careers at the company had to work hard and keep family out of it. If Bob would take his paternity leave, his teammates would have to fill in for him, which he is afraid would create resentment. Additionally, he is worried that it will harm his career. Summary Bob decided to take the advice of his colleagues on the issue. Mike, his married teammate, told him that the job’s structure required one to be quiet regarding family needs if one wanted to move up and talked to him about the use and abuse of the policies. Manuel, who is his best friend and single, is of the belief that those without children face discrimination. Judy, a 38-year-old single mum, was of the opinion that the uses of benefits made an individual seem less dedicated and affected their performance appraisals. Finally, Jessica, who is a recent college graduate, opined that company policy provisions are there to be used. ...
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