paid family leave

"Paid family leave is not a vacation. We are sending women bleeding, swollen, in stitches, in agony back to work across this country."
Paid family and medical leave is on the chopping block. Democrats are scrambling to find a compromise to protect at least new parents.
Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-N.Y.) says the free market’s average family leave of 6-8 weeks is less time than breeders recommend puppies stay with their mothers before rehoming.
While everyone argues about "Medicare for All," real progress is happening on paid family leave. Time to pay attention.
The state’s benefits are extraordinary, particularly for low-wage workers.
The state will be the seventh to offer the benefit to new parents.
The freshman lawmaker emphasized that her ”‘unusual" leave policy applies to both mothers AND fathers on her staff.
Finally, the U.S. has a real shot at passing paid family leave, but pie-in-the sky ideas are taking up all the oxygen.
The Family Act, introduced by Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand and Rep. Rosa DeLauro, will probably pass in the House. It faces a rocky path in the Senate, though.
Everyone agrees with the president's daughter that leave is necessary, but there's little consensus on policy.
It's a big break from GOP orthodoxy, but the details aren't that encouraging.
Twenty-four years ago this week, then-President Bill Clinton signed the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA)—the nation’s
Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand (D-N.Y.) hopes President Donald Trump would be receptive to a paid family leave plan because his daughter has spoken about the issue.
You expected feminists to be a little more Pussy Riot and a little less Carol Brady? You're not alone.
Mr. Puzder has made demeaning comments about women and his company has a record of sexual harassment and sex discrimination