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Susan Wojcicki Jun 14
Paid family leave is right for families. Research shows it's also good for business
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Ivanka Trump Jun 14
When extended , it saw a 50% increase in employee retention. As we work w/ Congress on a policy, we encourage private sector commitment to investing in the workforce – it’s not just the right thing to do, it’s good business.
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PL+US Jun 14
WATCH: & his littlest are calling on all the awesome dads to join the movement! Know a dad who is passionate about being there for his family? Share this video & encourage him to join our rapid-response network!
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Jen James 14h
My husband had 8 weeks paid leave from the Methodist Church when we had our twins. It was a huge gift to our family, especially while in they were in the NICU.
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Unite and Win Jun 21
MAssive momentum for continues to build!
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Katie Simon Jun 18
It’s great that is coming out in support of , but I’d love it if it didn’t take new fatherhood to get famous men on board. is good for everyone. You don’t need to be a parent to see it.
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Rob Bonta Jun 15
Don’t forget is coming up! Make sure you’re there for the moments that matter. California dads can use to do just that:
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Scott Goss Jun 20
Replying to @JohnCarneyDE
12 weeks of for state employees passes the Senate by a vote of 16-4. Measure now heads to who has been outspoken in his support
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NARAL Jun 17
Dads need paid family leave too!
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Paul Ruscher ❄️☮️⚾️ 1h
Replying to @paul_ruscher
.. skips in promotion opportunities. Most working women don’t have line production jobs where they can just reinsert themselves w/out harm other than loss of seniority. Lack of too, for adoptive, 🏳️‍🌈 couples or single parents. We suck at being human 🇺🇸
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Shira Albagli Jun 13
This AM execs were greeted by a plane + banner with the message "TARGET FAILS WORKING FAMILIES" as they walked into their annual shareholder meeting.
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Jo Comerford Jun 20
Thank you for the 'grand bargain' legislation to raise the + ensure for workers across the state.
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Aaliyah Miller 3h
Come on legislators. Time to talk and get a policy that will help the middle and working class families.
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MORE-UFT Jun 21
The union responded to rank-and-file activism and got a paid parental leave agreement done. It's not paid family leave, but we are closer than we were two days ago. Updates and highlights here:
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Dave Eisenstadter Jun 21
Peter Simpson, owner of in Northampton, where minimum wage is now $15.50, praises minimum wage legislation
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Rep. Daniel Donahue Jun 20
Today, my colleagues and I in the House voted to raise the to $15 an hour & establish a paid family and medical leave program. This is a big moment for workers across the Commonwealth!
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Cynthia Creem Jun 20
Today agreed to the "grand bargain" to increase the and provide for workers across the Commonwealth!
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(((Mary Cathryn))) Jun 20
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BostonFed Jun 20
issue brief focuses on programs and the impact they have on businesses, the economy, and the health and well-being of low- and moderate-income workers.
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Nick Wallwork 🌹 Jun 20
Hey Committee 6, if GA can't mandate employment policies or the BOP, maybe take the mandatory BOP participation out of the BOO.
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