Return to work and retention rates after parental leave, by gender
|Total employees who had to the right to take leave||277||475||752||252||456||708||250||466||716|
|Total employees who used this right||277||457||734||249||437||686||243||424||667|
|Total employees who returned to work after taking leave||266||449||715||243||425||668||233||416||649|
At the date of this report, the difference between employees who availed themselves of maternity/paternity leave and those who returned to work after their leave is mainly because the employees are still on leave.
|Total employees who kept their position twelve months after re-joining||230||404||634|
|Index of those returning to work (%)||96%||98%||97%|
|Index of those who kept their position (%)||95%||95%||95%|
The decrease in the retention rate is due, among other reasons, to the fact that some of the employees reincorporated after the leave in 2015 are enjoying a childcare leave.
*Data based on the number of employees. The data reported include Spain and staff with permanent and temporary contracts