Last month, dating app Bumble closed its offices around the world to get rid of the workplace controversy, and now the company has announced a new leave policy. Under this new policy, 700 employees of the company can avail themselves of unlimited paid leave. According to the report received, the new policy includes plans to close offices twice a year for a week.
It is becoming increasingly clear that the way we work, and the way we work, and the need to work, have changed both, said Tarek Shaukat, president of the same Bumble. Our new policies are a reflection of the fact that we can support our best in both our work and life. According to the report received, Bumble has said that it is offering additional paid leaves to employees, including 20 days for employees victims of domestic violence and other violent incidents and a minimum of 15 days of mourning leave for abortion.
At the same time, the epidemic has been very busy for the dating firm as it launched on the stock market in February, and the number of users increased sharply. According to the company's latest report, the number of users paying in the Bubble, who also own sits in the Bumble, has increased by 30 percent in three months to March 31 over the same period last year, the report said.