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Less than a quarter of people in the U.S. work for companies that offer paid parental leave. Even fewer offer paid paternity leave.
A new study suggests that some businesses owners may have become more open to the idea during the pandemic.
But they may not get to those who need them most.
Why the company's paid parental leave policy for its suppliers could be a game changer.
The Family Medical Leave Act was signed into law a quarter of a century ago today. It was an important step in granting American workers time to care for newborns or sick loved ones. Now, though, U.S. support for families lags behind most developed countries, but there is momentum to update the program. Click the […]
Starting in January 2018, New Yorkers will be able to take paid leave when they give birth, adopt a new baby, or need to take care of a sick family member.
It can help reduce the 'motherhood penalty' and the gender pay gap, the Danish minister for equality says.