MN Company Gives 'Fur-Ternity Leave' To Pet Parents

MINNEAPOLIS, MN - A digital marketing company in Minneapolis has adopted a new policy that it calls "fur-ternity" leave, allowing employees with new pets to work from home.

Minnesota Public Radio News reports that Nina Hale's policy was inspired by senior accounts manager, Connor McCarthy.

McCarthy adopted a Goldendoodle named Bentley in May, and wanted to help his puppy settle into his new home. He says he discussed the possibility of making adjustments to his schedule with this supervisor so that he could work and spend time with Bentley.

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