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Paid parental leave, paid miscarriage leave & paid super contributions: How this SME gets ahead
The Family Friendly Workplaces Podcast Series Episode 814th September 2021 • Parents At Work Podcast • Parents At Work
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Business size should not be used as an excuse for failing to provide a great workplace culture and inclusive policies to support staff, according to Ben Schramm.

As the Managing Partner of Cube Group, a Melbourne-based consultancy employing around 30 people and offering generous employee entitlements including 12 weeks of paid parental leave to all new parents, he’s seen the power firsthand of putting culture at the heart of how the business operates and the role of small to medium-sized businesses (SMEs) in creating family-friendly workplaces.

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