paid parental leave
The bill would have let more parents bond with new children without fear of losing their jobs.
It's a heartening sign of change in the notoriously low-paying restaurant industry.
Donald Trump's insinuation that Second Amendment supporters might be able to "do something" to stop a President Hillary Clinton is part of a disturbing trend that is not without consequences.
Don't confuse maternity leave with me-time.
It's no secret that the United States is the only developed country that does not guarantee paid parental leave for new parents. It's also embarrassing. Although there has been some movement to get more parents paid leave many companies are still reluctant to make it a reality.
The company’s younger employees convinced it to change its unfair policy.
Citing cultural/demographic/political trends, Green asks Shrum & Matalin if the likely 6th popular vote Dem win in last 7 presidentials will constitute a modest political realignment, less than '32 & the White South in '60s but on par with Reagan '80. Bob: perhaps. Mary: no. Host: it's coming, according his new generation memoir, BrightInfiniteFuture.net.
This is not only my story (as I am six weeks away from birthing my second child and going on my second unpaid maternity leave in two years), this is the story of most working parents in America. We're working so hard and still coming up short.
I'm not going to have children. Regardless of the laws passed or the policies of my employers, I will not receive the benefits
Now that's a holiday gift! On Tuesday, NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio announced that approximately 20,000 employees of New York City would be guaranteed paid parental leave--giving mothers and fathers critical time off to bond with a new baby, adoptee, or foster child without giving up a paycheck.