Mar 03, 2017 08:54 PM EST

BrewDog Offers Puppy Parental Leave To Its Employees; Will Soon Be Available In Their Ohio Location

Great news for all dog lovers out there, Puppy Parental Leave will soon be one of the benefits in the United States. BrewDog, a beer company, in Scotland announced the benefit to their employees. It will also be available in their Columbus, Ohio location, which will be opening soon.

Different companies all over the world have stepped up their game to show their employees how much they value them. They offer all sorts of perks and benefits. And now, it also includes taking a time out for “paw-ternity."

BrewDog announced on Monday about the Puppy Parental Leave for all their employees across the world. It offers a week of paid leave for employees with new puppies or rescued dog. They will soon open in the Unites States, and the same benefit will also be available there. According to USA Today, it is the first company in the United States and the first brewery in the United Kingdom to offer “paw-ternity leave.”

It was mentioned in the official website of BrewDog” that the main focus of their company is their beer and their people. And they know that many of their people care about two things as well, which include their beer and their dogs. That is why they allow their employees to bring their dogs at work. And now, they have this new pet owner benefit.

“We know only too well that having a new arrival – whether a mewling pup or unsettled rescue dog – can be stressful for human and hound both. So we are becoming the first in our industry to give our staff a working week’s leave on us to help settle a new furry family member into their home,” as stated on BrewDog's website.

BrewDog offers those benefits to their employees to show to everyone that they are “the best company to work for, ever.”

Meanwhile, Jobs & Hire reported that Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella sent a remarkable email to his employee after their Twitter bot “Tay” failed. Nadella gave an encouragement note to make his employees feel that he is with them all throughout.

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