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  • Sony Music UK has introduced a new policy for staff which grants extra time off to any employee whose baby is born prematurely, demonstrating its continued commitment to providing the best support for employees.

    Find out more about the new policy here: http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQGjo

    Sony Music introduces policy for staff whose babies are born prematurely

    Sony Music UK has introduced a new policy for staff which grants extra time off to any employee whose baby is born prematurely. Under current law, maternity/paternity leave begins the day after birth, regardless of whether the baby is premature.

  • As the first African-American woman to lead a major record company, Sony Music’s Sylvia Rhone has been an influential force in the music industry. Featured on the latest cover of Billboard, the Epic Records president shares how she got to where she is today and gives advice for women in the industry. Read the full story: http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQ1BL

    How Sylvia Rhone Became Sony Music's Most Powerful African-American Woman: 'Many Questioned My Ability'

    The highest-ranking African-American women at Universal Music Group, Sony Music Entertainment and Warner Music Group are, respectively, Motown Records president Ethiopia Habtemariam, Epic Records president Sylvia Rhone and Atlantic executive vp Juliette Jones. Here's how Rhone got to where she is today. (Find links to the other women's stories below.)

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