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Beer Company Gives Its Staff A Week's Paid 'Pawternity' Leave

This is one totally paw-some job perk.




Bosses at Scotland-based craft beer company BrewDog are giving their almost 1,000 employees around the world one week’s paid leave when they welcome a new puppy into their lives.




“It’s not easy trying to juggle work and settle a new dog..


Reported by Huffington Post • Friday, February 17, 2017

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