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  • New Polls in 15 Key States Show Strong Public Support for Paid Leave July 13, 2016
    PRESS RELEASE: New Polls in 15 Key States Show Strong Public Support for a National Paid Family and Medical Leave Fund and Elected Officials Who Champion Working Families Policies Washington, The post New Polls in 15 Key States Show Strong Public Support for Paid Leave appeared first on Family Values @ Work.
  • Chicago Wins Paid Sick Days! June 22, 2016
    Family Values @ Work Director Hails Chicago’s Paid Sick Days Win! “Today, Chicago became the 35th locality to pass paid sick days—a huge milestone for the movement and the activists The post Chicago Wins Paid Sick Days! appeared first on Family Values @ Work.
  • Activists, Business Leaders, and Elected Officials Calling for Guaranteed Paid Sick Days May 19, 2016
    Family Values @ Work Coalitions Coordinate National Days of Action to Call for Healthy Families Act WASHINGTON, DC—Paid sick days activists in Family Values @ Work (FV@W), a network of The post Activists, Business Leaders, and Elected Officials Calling for Guaranteed Paid Sick Days appeared first on Family Values @ Work.
  • Family Values @ Work Announces Spotify Playlist in Support of Paid Family and Medical Leave May 5, 2016
    Playlist aimed at engaging users to call for paid leave programs NEW YORK—Family Values @ Work, a network of coalitions in 24 states, today released a new Spotify playlist that The post Family Values @ Work Announces Spotify Playlist in Support of Paid Family and Medical Leave appeared first on Family Values @ Work.
  • Praise for Department of Labor Paid Leave Grants May 5, 2016
    As momentum around the country continues to grow for paid family leave bills, the Department of Labor announced today the availability of $1 million to fund research and analyze how The post Praise for Department of Labor Paid Leave Grants appeared first on Family Values @ Work.
  • In a Historic Move, L.A. City Council Votes in Paid Sick Days Expansion April 19, 2016
    Angelenos Celebrate Historic Victory for Working Families Los Angeles CA — In the latest step to raise wages and improve the quality of life for working Angelenos, the Los Angeles The post In a Historic Move, L.A. City Council Votes in Paid Sick Days Expansion appeared first on Family Values @ Work.
  • Governor Brown Signs Historic Expansion of California’s Paid Family Leave April 11, 2016
    AB 908 Will Help Low Income Workers Take Paid Leave Sacramento: Today California Governor Jerry Brown signed AB 908 (Gomez) which will help more low income workers take Paid Family The post Governor Brown Signs Historic Expansion of California’s Paid Family Leave appeared first on Family Values @ Work.
  • Twitter joins the ranks of companies enacting generous paid parental leave policies April 6, 2016
    “It’s terrific that Twitter is implementing an expansive, gender-neutral paid parental leave policy to its employees. Like many companies, Twitter until now has offered much less time to fathers or The post Twitter joins the ranks of companies enacting generous paid parental leave policies appeared first on Family Values @ Work.
  • California Home Care Workers Will Now Have Paid Sick Days April 5, 2016
      Sacramento: Today Governor Jerry Brown is signing SB 3 (Leno) – a $15 minimum wage bill into law that will impact millions of workers. This is a victory California The post California Home Care Workers Will Now Have Paid Sick Days appeared first on Family Values @ Work.
  • New York becomes the 4th U.S. state with paid family leave! April 1, 2016
    Ellen Bravo, executive director of Family Values @ Work, a network of coalitions in 24 states including New York, released the following statement: “We congratulate our New York coalition for years of The post New York becomes the 4th U.S. state with paid family leave! appeared first on Family Values @ Work.