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Citi India initiates 12-month WFH set-up after mothers give birth

This comes on top of their paid maternity leaves.

Citi India has pioneered a work-from-home (WFH) set-up for women employees who have given birth. The employees can avail of this alternative after their 26-week maternity leave.

On top of this new benefit, women employees can also ask for a 3-month WFH set up in their last trimester of pregnancy, which is subject to review and approval.

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This makes it 21 months of WFH benefits for expecting and new mothers. The bank said this aligns with the government’s mandate to boost expecting mothers’ work-life balance.

Citi India has an estimated 30,000 employees, 38% of which are women and 30% are in mid- to senior roles.


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