Passing the PWFA would mean a step towards workplace gender equity, healthy pregnancies, reduced health disparities, and the economic security of pregnant and parenting women and their families.
We understand the system is broken and that it’s not our fault. It was never made for us. It was made for working men.
Mothers engage in 300 more hours of paid work per [...]
By Rebekah Bastian The Self-Fulfilling Prophecy Since childcare centers and schools [...]
By KELSEY MICKLAS The unemployment crisis sparked by the global coronavirus [...]
Wednesday, May 30, is Moms Equal Pay Day 2018, which [...]
This brief finds a significant relationship between the use of paid leave and greater employment stability among first-time mothers.
This brief explores the reasons and likelihood that working mothers take leave under the FMLA.
by Jane Henrici, Ph.D. Adults with children can face complications [...]
by Jennifer Clark A new development in the [...]