August 23, 2019
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MTX Group commits to one year paid maternity leave

MTX Group commits to one year paid maternity leave

PR Newswire

FRISCO, Texas, July 19, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- MTX Group Inc. is excited to announce their new Maternity Leave Policy, with effect from 2020. Under the new policy, all-female employees will be entitled to paid maternity leave of 12 months while their male counterparts will have a 3 months paternity leave option.

MTX is sincerely invested in creating an inclusive work culture. This policy is one out of the several initiatives at MTX to create a company culture that is more conducive to women, in addition to being a step toward building a healthier work-life balance for new parents. This significant development also reflects how corporations can bridge the gender gap, the major focus at the Annual MTX Leadership Summit this year.

"One year paid maternity leave for the MTX family members is a huge milestone.  We continue to set the bar high and I am extremely proud of the leadership team that enables us to build a profitable organization during hyper-growth while championing our incredible talent during their personal milestones. This is just the beginning and I pledge to encourage 10 other CEOs to make a similar commitment," said Das Nobel, MTX Group CEO.

In recent months, MTX has hired several accomplished leaders to streamline strategic areas like Operations, Finance, Development, and Talent Acquisition. Many of these leaders are women and this initiative aims to provide an inclusive and generous career support package that continues to attract top talent, values contemporary work practices and champions employee well-being.

"The goal of this policy is to lead by example and to expand how we enable our diverse workforce to thrive professionally," said Maera Siddiqi, VP of Strategy. "Especially at such a critical point in their lives, we are committed to supporting their fulfillment and removing the barriers to their success, because the health and well-being of our talent is unquestionably the key to our company's success."

"For me, Motherhood has been extremely empowering because of the supportive environment at MTX. The extended Maternity Leave Policy is another step forward in ensuring new parents (especially women) get to adjust to the changes in their lives without having to worry about economic stability, or losing value to the organization. MTX has always prioritized a high Happiness Index, and year-long maternity leave will reinforce that to a large extent. MTX is setting a benchmark by working on bridging the gender gap, a real concern in corporate spaces and global economy," added Ankita Sinha, Chief People Officer.

"With this initiative we are investing in Women Leadership beyond our commitment to increasing the presence of women at MTX, we are supporting a fundamental need for women to balance family and business when it is needed the most" - Christina Bailey, Chief Financial Officer

About MTX

MTX Group, Inc is a global cloud implementation partner that enables organizations to become a fit enterprise through digital transformation and strategy. MTX is powered by the Maverick.io Artificial Intelligence platform and has a strong presence in the Public Sector providing proprietary designs and innovative concept accelerators.

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