I just saw this ad on StackOverflow:
What is the advertised "Maturity leave?" Does it mean time off to care for parents/aging relatives, similar to how paternity leave is time off when an employee becomes a parent?
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Given that they have a baby carriage as the icon, it seems likely that it is a typo and they really mean "maternity leave", which is leave you get when you become a mother. Paternity leave is for new fathers (from the Latin word for father, "pater"). The company is advertising that they give leave for new parents of both genders, which is not always a given (especially in the US).