Global professional services firms such as Price Waterhouse Coopers and Deloitte grew their competitive edge in attracting and maintaining top talent by extending employees’ parental leave allowances. Then Australian global accounting firm Ernst and Young (EY) upped the stakes even higher. On top of the Australian government’s parental leave program, EY offer fourteen weeks paid leave for employees with less than five years’ tenure and eighteen weeks for those with more than five year’s tenure. And that’s not all. It gets even better.