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Jackie’s Story

We certainly haven’t gone far in the last few decades in making life easier for families. When we profess to want parents to do a better job parenting, we need to give them the tools they need to do that.

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New York Workers Speak: The Employee Case for Flexibility for Professional Workers

The last national forum in the DOL series “National Dialogues on Workplace Flexibility” takes place in New York June 30.  This event will focus on the challenges facing professional, white collar workers. Family Values @ Work and the National Partnership

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Philly Mayor’s Veto Won’t Halt Momentum for Paid Sick Days

“Mayor Nutter’s decision to stand with corporate lobbyists and veto the new paid sick days ordinance is short-sighted — and most likely will be short-lived. More than one hundred organizations that make up the Coalition for Healthy Families and Workplaces

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PHILADELPHIA VOTE INCREASES NATIONAL MOMENTUM FOR PAID SICK DAYS

Second Win This Month, Fourth City to Pass Sick Days Legislation

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PHILADELPHIA COUNCIL VOTES FOR PAID SICK DAYS

Second Win This Month, Fourth City to Pass Legislation Anyone who’s been to Philly knows about Philly cheesesteaks. When you buy one, you’ll be asked whether you want it with or without onions. In the past several years, the Coalition

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Adam’s Story

“I had a fever of 104”, but “taking time off from work would have cost me too much.”

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Majority of Democrats, Republicans and Independents in Denver Support Paid Sick Days

New Poll Shows Overwhelming Support for Ballot Initiative Goals on Eve of Signature Collection Kick-Off A new poll by Anzalone-Liszt Research finds that 65 percent of Denver likely voters support the paid sick and safe time initiative language proposed for

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Patricia’s Story

“I work two jobs and have no access to paid sick days; because of this lack of access, I have a risk of illness for my patients and complications for myself.”

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