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Yum gives corporate workers family leave

In bid to boost competitive, company to give more paid time off to parents

Yum! Brands Inc. believes its brands can be more competitive by giving new parents at its corporate offices more time off.

The Louisville-based operator of KFC, Taco Bell and Pizza Hut on Monday said it is expanding its parental time-off policy to give new birth mothers 18 weeks of paid time off. New fathers, partners, adoptive or foster parents can get six weeks of “baby bonding time.”

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