New parents have a laundry list of things to worry about, but on Tuesday, streaming service Netflix decided to take one thing off that list for its employees: maternity and paternity leave.

The U.S. media company announced that parents can take off an unlimited amount of maternity or paternity leave for the first year after a child is born or an adoption occurs.

The company says it hopes to give employees the “freedom and responsibility” to make their own family-based decisions as they become new moms and dads.

Tawni Cranz, Chief Talent Officer at Netflix, wrote a blog post after the policy change to update staff and media.

“We want employees to have the flexibility and confidence to balance the needs of their growing families without worrying about work or finances,” Cranz wrote.

“Parents can return part-time, full-time, or return and then go back out as needed,” she continued. “Netflix’s continued success hinges on us competing for and keeping the most talented individuals in their field. Experience shows people perform better at work when they’re not worrying about home.”

As news of the policy shift broke, Twitter responses poured in—some critical and some showering the media provider with applause.