Ernst & Young has increased its paid parental leave policy for new parents to 16 weeks, up from 12 weeks, starting in July.

The new parental leave policy is available to men and women welcoming a child through birth, adoption, surrogacy, foster care or legal guardianship. EY said it will also provide generous benefits for fertility, surrogacy and adoption. On average, nearly 1,200 EY people in the US, half of which are men, take paid parental leave each year.

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