Parental leave policies are designed to achieve a number of objectives. They can promote wellbeing, encourage women’s return to work, avoid adverse career impact, and benefit the overall economy. But to achieve optimal results which mix of job protection and cash benefits works best?
OpLab, Laboratory in the Operations Department at HEC Lausanne, has developed a tool to calculate the real value of producing close to demand. And if it were cheaper to “reshore”?
Watch this video by Suzanne de Treville, Professor of Operations Management and OpLab’s Director.
Video: 10 min
The CDF tool is freely available as a public service: cdf-oplab.unil.ch