Anubhav Dubey, the founder of Chai Sutta Bar, took to LinkedIn to make a thorough post on his company’s policy on menstrual days.

Anubhav Dubey, the creator of Chai Sutta Bar, joined the discussion around paid time off with a LinkedIn post. It all started with Smriti Irani’s declaration that menstruation is not a “handicap” that requires paid vacation. The minister’s comments quickly generated a controversy, with many expressing their support or opposition. Dubey chimed up with a LinkedIn post outlining his company’s stance on menstruation days.

“It was not a difficult decision to grant menstrual leave.” I feel that there are some things that only women understand and that we, as men, just get to see and hear about. “We were incorporating ‘period leave’ at Chai Sutta Bar about three months ago, and when we introduced this to the female members of our team, we got different reactions,” he said on LinkedIn.

In the following paragraphs, he described how several female employees reacted to this regulation. Dubey went on to say that several women “said that they did not need any period leave, while others said that they needed this leave because they felt unbearable cramps.”

“I believe that the leave for this natural process in women should be kept open.” “We have implemented this leave, understanding its importance for those who require it,” he closed his message.

Check out this post by Anubhav Dubey:

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The post has garnered over 7,300 likes since it was shared. The sharing has also received several comments.

What did LinkedIn users say?

“Kind gesture Sir and always setting goals for other employers,” a LinkedIn user commented. “Every human body is not the same, I think it should be kept open,” he continued. “We need that type of CEO and founder today.” Not simply to issue directions, but also to comprehend their staff,” explained a third.