Johns Hopkins University has beefed up its family-friendly benefits for its employees, introducing a new paid parental leave policy and increasing financial assistance for adoption.

The new leave policy, which kicked in July 1, includes four weeks of paid family leave for full- and part-time staff after a birth or adoption, in addition to six weeks of paid birth recovery leave for new moms. These benefits are offered to employees who have worked for the university for at least a year and will run concurrently with FMLA.

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