7.1.2020 03:14 pm
Another year and another set of rules to be excited about … supposedly. This time, it’s fathers and paternity leave. On the face of it, indeed, yay! But what happens if we dig a little deeper?
When I was a kid our school had a teacher who had been teaching for 25 years. I learnt then that after 25 years of teaching, a teacher gets a whole term off. I was excited for that class because I assumed the kids would get the term off too, but it was not to be. Even with time off, the work needs to be done: the kids taught, decisions made, deals struck, etc. Time waits for no man (nor woman, but in context of paternity, we’re talking about men now).
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