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Billion-dollar yogurt brand Chobani is trying to become a better place to work for parents

Chobani wants its 2,000-plus employees to spend more time with their new children. The yogurt brand run by billionaire Hamdi Ulukaya announced Wednesday that all full-time employees can take up to six weeks of paid parental leave. This will be effective in 2017, and also applies to foster and adoptive parents. Currently, Chobani has no parental leave policy. Founder and CEO Ulukaya said being a dad is the hardest job he's ever had, and it spurred conversations within Chobani on how to better support new parents.
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