Major League baseball players are now allowed time off for the birth of their children. Initiated a year ago as part of the collective bargaining agreement that the players have with MLB, a player can have three days off for the birth of a child, and the team can replace him on the roster without penalty for those three days.
In a great article by Jacoba Urist MLBs enlightenment may help other fathers break the glass ceiling keeping them away from their newborns. As Urist writes: “After all, if professional athletes are showing their softer side, maybe the social stigma of paternity leave is finally fizzling.” Please click here for the entire article.
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