Tech companies try to make more room for women
from The Wall Street Journal
When Anne Toth, an early employee at Yahoo Inc. in the late 1990s, asked what the company's parental-leave policy was, human resources didn't know, Toth says. No one had ever come back to work at the startup after having a baby, she was told. Now Toth is in a position to set parental-leave policy. It was the first item on her agenda in January when she became vice president of people and policy at Slack Technologies Inc., a workplace-communication startup based in San Francisco.
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