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1. Privacy Policy & Terms of Use

(Web Page; Mon Nov 21 13:46:00 CST 2016)

Privacy is your right and our duty. We respect your concern for privacy, and we follow this privacy policy. Don’t worry, we’re on your side! 1. Your Acceptance of these Terms and Conditions and National Partnership’s P...

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2. Take Action to Support Paid Leave

(Web Page; Mon Dec 12 09:33:00 CST 2016)

No one should have to make the impossible choice between job and family. Take action today to help establish a paid leave standard in the United States. Use the advocacy tool below to call or tweet at your elected officials and tell t...

3. Blog

(Web Page; Wed May 17 20:15:00 CDT 2017)

Read the latest from the Support Paid Leave blog – a collection of posts written by coalition partners.

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4. News Coverage

(Web Page; Mon May 22 13:13:00 CDT 2017)

Check out the latest paid leave news from across the country.

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5. Support Paid Leave

(Web Page; Fri Sep 28 13:12:00 CDT 2018)

It’s time for paid family and medical leave in the United States. For everyone. Period. Take action

6. About Us

(Web Page; Mon Feb 04 13:36:00 CST 2019)

At some point, nearly all of us need time away from work to recover from a serious illness or medical condition, get treatment or care for a sick loved one or new child. But the majority of working people in the United States cannot ...

7. Join Us

(Web Page; Mon Feb 04 15:08:00 CST 2019)

Show your support for a national paid leave standard People across the country are struggling to make ends meet without the support to successfully manage the competing demands of job and family. Policies like paid family and medical ...

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8. Learn More

(Web Page; Tue Feb 26 08:39:00 CST 2019)

Helpful resources from coalition partners According to the U.S. Department of Labor, only 17 percent of U.S. workers have paid family leave through their employers, and fewer than 40 percent have personal medical leave through an employ...

Description: According to the U.S. Department of Labor, just 14 percent of U.S. workers have paid family leave through their employers, and fewer than 40 percent have personal medical leave through an employer-provided disability program. As a result, too many people have to choose between job and family when serious illness strikes or babies are born.