Check out the latest paid leave news from across the country.
October 6, 2016
Chobani wants to give working parents ample time off to bond with their children. The yogurt company announced Wednesday that it will bump up its parental leave policy to six weeks of 100% paid leave for mothers and fathers who have given birth, adopted a child, or had a foster child placed in the home, according to a company statement.
September 25, 2016
All of the jokes about parenthood are true: You stumble through life bleary-eyed, eager to spend every moment with your child yet desperate for the next break. If you intend to throw your life into real chaos, however, try pulling off parenthood without paid leave and affordable child care.
May 2, 2016
When Yalimar Panell gave birth to twin daughters, she felt sore from her Cesarean section, exhausted from running back and forth to the neonatal unit, and oddly grateful that her husband was unemployed and able to help. Yet, if it wasn’t for her employer offering 16 weeks of paid parental leave, Panell says she would have been less grateful and more frantic about the financial stress on her family.
April 11, 2016
Last week, Twitter became the latest tech company to announce an expanded parental leave policy, offering all new parents 20 weeks of paid time off. The tech industry seems to be leading the way among industries offering robust family leave—something most Americans don't have access to—and it may be thanks to a counterintuitive factor: The industry's notable lack of women.
September 16, 2015
At this time of year, as students return to campus, I always find myself reflecting on why I became a professor and the principles I’m about to teach the business leaders of tomorrow. But this year has been especially exciting, as employers have increasingly announced family-friendly policy changes.
August 10, 2015
At some point in your career, you will probably need to take time off from your job to care for yourself or a family member, or to welcome a tiny new human into your life. But because the federal government doesn't require your workplace to offer paid family leave, it's possible that you will have to choose between earning money and looking after a loved one – the latter which, yes, is pretty darn hard to do without an income.
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