Corporate Bits | Sands China implements paid paternity leave

Sands China is implementing a paid paternity leave policy for eligible team members, effective from February 16, the gaming operator announced in a statement yesterday.

Male team members who have contributed at least one year of service to the company will be eligible for five consecutive days of paid paternity leave, to be taken within 30 days after the birth of their child. 

Wilfred Wong, president of Sands China, said, “We strive to address the needs of our team members, so we’re very pleased to announce this new paid paternity leave policy, acknowledging the important role of fathers in the family.”

“With this new policy, fathers of new-borns will have time to be with their families to enjoy this important milestone of life and to support them, helping maintain a harmonious family life,” he added.

CTM distributes food hampers to families

The CTM Volunteer Team organized a Chinese New Year Visit with Caritas Macau, providing food hampers and New Year decorations, including Fai Chun.

The volunteers visited underprivileged families at Ilha Verde Social House, sending out Chinese New Year blessings and presenting each of the families with festive foods. Volunteer Team members also helped to set up the decorations for the families.

Paul Pun, secretary general of Caritas Macau, expressed his appreciation to CTM and the CTM Volunteer team members for their continuous commitment to fulfilling corporate social responsibility by delivering care and support to those in need, according to a press release issued by the telecommunication company.

CTM pledged that it will continue to fulfill its philosophy of “serving the community and contributing to the society.”

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