This Craft Beer Brewery Gives All Employees Paid 'Paw-Ternity' Leave
You already have plenty of reasons to drink craft beer. Now, one brewery is giving you a great incentive to go work for a company that makes it.
If you've ever had a new puppy, then you know that BrewDog definitely has the right kind of thinking. They give their employees "paw-ternity leave," a week's worth of vacation for all workers who get a new puppy or a rescued dog in their lives.
When BrewDog opens its new brewery in Ohio later this year, they will be the first company in the U.S. to offer "paw-ternity" leave, which you can also call "mutt-ternity leave" if you like. BrewDog, based in Scotland, was the first brewery in the U.K. to offer this benefit.
The "paw-ternity" benefit applies to all BrewDog employees, nearly 1,000 in total, all around the world -- including the future employees who will be in the new Columbus brewery.
Working for BrewDog
"We care about two things above all else: people and beer." - BrewDog co-founder James Watt.
BrewDog's owners have always been dog lovers. The brewery was founded in 2007 by two friends who have worked to make the company as dog-friendly as possible. In addition to the paid puppy leave, staff members at BrewDog bring their dogs to work.
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