Saturday, January 18, 2020 3:23 AM EST(updated every 5 minutes)
Newberg HR director put on paid leave amid city tumult over job discrimination verdict
Trump says he'll expand child care, paid leave for workers
Ivanka Trump Celebrates 'Big Win' In Senate As Historic 'Paid Parental Leave' Passed
Congress considers giving federal workers 12 weeks of paid parental leave
'A Critical First Step': Federal Employees Are Poised to Get Paid Parental Leave As White House Pushes For Budget-Neutral National Version
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Congratulations to the WNBA & @TheWNBPA on this historic agreement! This is a critical step forward in the fight toward #EqualPay, paid leave, & affordable child care for all women and families. https://t.co/ApDOSpdFLt
In the US, women now outnumber men in the workforce.
Paid leave benefits all of us, regardless of gender. But this trend is just one more reason why the US should follow Washington’s lead and implement a robust paid family and medical leave program.
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I'm proposing a comprehensive paid sick leave law to grant 5 days of paid sick leave for employees of small businesses and 7 days for larger companies.
It’s good for employees, and it's good for business.
#SOTS2020 #MakingProgressHappen https://t.co/WpxxoQ9NYL
If you worked 820 hours last year (or about 16 hours per week) in Washington and you experience a qualifying event, you are now eligible for paid leave. It really is that simple.
Far too often, new parents and those with aging or sick loved ones face no-win decisions — pitting the need for a paycheck against the need to be there for their family.
We’re changing that. Paid leave is now a reality for Washington workers.
Republicans have put forth multiple bills in recent times to give paid leave and tax credits to new mothers.
Most democrats and nearly every 2020 candidate support providing financial relief and paid leave to new mothers. A few also support expanding into medical leave as well.