Dexter Studios introduces paid leave system for coronavirus vaccine… “Employee health comes first”

[Maeil Economic Daily Star Today reporter Shin Young-eun]

Dexter Studios (CEOs Kim Wook and Kang Jong-ik), a company specializing in visual special effects (VFX) and contents, introduces a paid leave system for the coronavirus vaccine.

Dexter Studios announced on the 4th that it will provide paid leave to all employees who are vaccinated against COVID-19.

Vaccine leave is provided in the afternoon and the following day on the day of vaccination, and the same number of days of leave is additionally granted for the second vaccination. As the health of our employees is our top priority, we plan to help them get enough rest after vaccination regardless of whether or not they have any symptoms.

This vacation applies equally to subsidiaries Dexter Pictures and Livetone, and is independent of the use of individual annual leave and paid sick leave. Currently, Dexter Studios is providing paid sick leave 12 times a year to all employees in addition to individual annual leave as part of its in-house welfare system.

Dexter Studio CEOs Kim Wook and Kang Jong-ik said, “We have introduced paid vaccine leave to help build rapid collective immunity in our society, as well as to allow employees to participate in vaccination without burden. I will do my best to make it work.”

Meanwhile, the government introduced the ‘vaccine leave system’ for those vaccinated with adverse reactions last month, allowing those who show an adverse reaction after vaccination to use sick leave or paid leave for up to two days after vaccination without a doctor’s note. recommended.

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