‘I’m faking my paternity leave’: a Reddit post calls for HR action

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From feigned illnesses to concocted personal emergencies, the lengths to which some employees will go to exploit benefits systems reflect a deeper issue within the fabric of organizational trust. 

As we delve into this blurry territory, it’s crucial to understand not just the act, but the implications it carries for HR practices and the overall workplace culture.

Faking leaves is a revamping trend

A post in Reddit – since deleted – by an employee fabricating a paternity leave narrative, complete with borrowed baby bump photos to secure two months off work, opens a Pandora’s box of ethical and operational dilemmas.

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