For this challenge, I acted like to be a Data Visualization Specialist for an online business journal. My job was to generate charts, visualizations, and infographics to accompany articles. Our employer was preparing a post on parental leave policies across the business sector for Women's History Month in the United States, and they asked me to build a striking visual using the data obtained.
This dataset contains one CSV table: Data on paid and unpaid maternity and paternity leave weeks was crowdsourced from 1,601 firms across various industries.
Make a visualization using Power Bi. Finally, the outcomes of this project will provide valuable insights into the distribution of leaves among employees. her some of my observations:
Philanthropy has the highest average paid maternity leave, with employees receiving 22 weeks.
Companies provide 22% more paid maternity leave than the global average.
Maternity leave is granted for 2-4 months, which is longer than paternity leave.
Out of 1600 companies, 53 provide zero maternity leave and 1344 provide zero paternity leave. Paternity leave has an 84% lower ratio than maternity leave.
Grant Thornton has the most flexible leave policy.
Keep in mind that a child needs the attention of both parents. As a result, paid paternity leave must be provided and extended.