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ShawingtonRevolution Jan 15
Doesn’t do any good if you’re one of the thousands of District residents whose lives and dreams were destroyed when over-regulation shuttered their employers—as its doing to thousands of local retailers across District, ...
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NARAL Dec 23
Teachers are the backbone of our education system—they deserve comprehensive to properly care for themselves and their families. (And so does every American worker!)
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Rita Hamad Jan 14
New California governor proposes 6 months of for new parents. Better! But this would only cover 70% of parent salaries. Studies show poor parents can't afford to take partially paid leave. SF gives 100%, studies underway.
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honoluludiva Jan 18
Everyone working in the U.S. deserves -- add your name if you agree!
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Andrea Zuniga Jan 16
Republicans on Worker & Family Support Subcommittee= They will be able to put families first and work on
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Tim Newman Jan 18
Here's a glimpse into the experience of new parents who work at Publix. (Petition comment from this campaign: )
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A Better Balance Jan 18
Did you know this year, the benefit rate and the amount of time workers can take under NYS goes up? You can take up to ten weeks of paid family leave. Join us on facebook for more information January 23rd at 1pm.
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VBSR Jan 18
is encouraged that Governor Scott has come to the table with a proposal but “Our initial assessment is that this type of opt-in system is not sustainable, we’re going to remain focused on passing a universal system.” Listen :
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Alexis Ohanian Sr. 🚀 Jan 6
How did I miss this great piece on from Sept 2018?? Let's get dads home for the first months of their new family-member's arrival. Families are the foundation of our society and there's both a business and a moral case for it.
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Liz Don't Separate Families Schlegel Jan 1
Replying to @jwalters7D
Crazy talk, right? Golly, this and would make VT a young working family’s paradise!
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Shira Albagli Jan 2
Tomorrow an historic number of women will be sworn in to the 116th Congress🥳 So in celebration/prep I'm listening to 's episode on women running for office & what it means for policies like when they win: via
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ShelterPoint Jan 18
New Year, New Criteria for NY . Get a full recap here:
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Andrea Zuniga Jan 9
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PL+US Action Jan 16
"Dignity of work... [is] a value that unites us all – whether you punch a clock or swipe a badge, earn a salary, or make tips; whether you’re raising children or caring for an aging parent..." -- PL+US Action Champion
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SEIU 1984 Jan 16
.'s idea for is something we're interested in learning more about-- to date we haven't been involved in any discussions. The idea discussed today seems to rely on state employees as the foundation,but we have more questions than answers
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A Better Balance Jan 3
New York’s Paid Family Leave Law Turns One! This year, the benefit rate and the amount of time workers can take goes up. Learn more in our comprehensive new Workers Guide.
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Sarah Anne Gallimore 17h
Lawmakers across the country including New Hampshire, Vermont, and Virginia are drafting and passing laws to increase the amount of . Washington " will provide eligible workers with up to 12 weeks!
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PL+US Action Jan 8
Governor 's upcoming announcement to expand CA's policy to 6 months and the unprecedented number champions in Congress shows that we may finally we have the political leaders in place to pass bold policy.
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A Better Balance Jan 17
Join us January 23rd when we sit down with to answer your questions about NYS
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V. Segovia de Bedon Jan 14
The maps out 5 workplace trends for 2019 - including more employers offering for . Employer support of working family caregivers can be a great help for employers to recruit and retain employees
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