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States, Businesses Provide Paid Leave

Posted by Emily Davis on 12/19/18

work it: balancing families and careers

While families in the U.S. continue to wait for a federal mandate on paid family leave, both individual states and businesses take the lead on providing parents with the ability to both work and care for their families.

  • It’s a strange world where young physicians do not get the doctor-recommended 12 weeks of parental leave with their newborn children. From WSAU.
  • What kind of paid parental leave is available in California at the end of 2018? The LA Times reports.

  • It’s the fifth anniversary of the failed attempt to institute federal paid family leave, what has changed? From Slate.
  • The state of Washington has passed new medical and family leave laws - what does this mean for families and businesses? From the Seattle Times.

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