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Seems to me the same issue as we have with health care - after the fact payments - nothing for prevention.

The real stress (and I'm guessing - haven't been divorced --- yet ---) is during the process of divorce - not necessarily following the decree. Just a thought.

Whose monkey is it? Also just a thought.

Sounds like compassionate leave. Even better if you're thrilled to be getting a divorce. Seriously, I'm intrigued by the idea but think the bigger benefit would be flexibility to pick up kids on, etc. Divorced parents tend to have more shuffling when it comes to kids. Time off to establish a routine would probably help with this.

I have to agree with Laura that an extension of work-life flexibility for affected employees to establish a new routine would be just as valuable as monetary compensation (if not more so).

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