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  • Attention business owners and employees! If you identified with at least one of these bullet points, you will want to learn more about the new Massachusetts Paid Family and Medical Leave law. 
We will be hosting a webinar training on how to implement these new laws as they relate to your business. Date TBD, but contact us if you are interested in attending.
  • Attention business owners and employees! If you identified with at least one of these bullet points, you will want to learn more about the new Massachusetts Paid Family and Medical Leave law.
    We will be hosting a webinar training on how to implement these new laws as they relate to your business. Date TBD, but contact us if you are interested in attending.

  •  3  1  21 hours ago
  • Your hours are cumulative across employers! Visit PaidLeave.wa.gov
  • Your hours are cumulative across employers! Visit PaidLeave.wa.gov

  •  5  1  18 September, 2019
  • Just in case you missed my stories.  I am proud to be an official resource partner for Moms on Maternity! A powerhouse company with a mission we can all stand behind: better support for parents everywhere. They just launched their online community for MOMS and these virtual groups look AMAZING! Go check out @momsonmaternity to see what they are all about, and make sure to snag a spot in their virtual tribes before they are all filled up. I’ll link the website in my bio :)
  • Just in case you missed my stories. I am proud to be an official resource partner for Moms on Maternity! A powerhouse company with a mission we can all stand behind: better support for parents everywhere. They just launched their online community for MOMS and these virtual groups look AMAZING! Go check out @momsonmaternity to see what they are all about, and make sure to snag a spot in their virtual tribes before they are all filled up. I’ll link the website in my bio :)

  •  68  2  17 September, 2019
  • Starting in 2020, you can use the benefit for yourself or a family member. Learn more at PaidLeave.wa.gov.
  • Starting in 2020, you can use the benefit for yourself or a family member. Learn more at PaidLeave.wa.gov.

  •  3  1  17 September, 2019
  • #STRONG - That's how @workfamilyca Coalition Director, Jenya Cassidy and California Partnership to End Domestic Violence Program Specialist, Alejandra Aguilar @preventionalejandra felt after their webinar focused on the role of economic supports like paid family leave and rent stabilization in the prevention of intimate partner violence. #endDV #PaidLeave #PaidLeave4All
  • #STRONG - That's how @workfamilyca Coalition Director, Jenya Cassidy and California Partnership to End Domestic Violence Program Specialist, Alejandra Aguilar @preventionalejandra felt after their webinar focused on the role of economic supports like paid family leave and rent stabilization in the prevention of intimate partner violence. #endDV #PaidLeave #PaidLeave4All

  •  14  2  17 September, 2019
  • We agree.
Posted @withrepost • @color_latina Denying #paidleave hurts us all. Speak out and show support for a strong program in Colorado! Take action TODAY: https://cofamli.paperform.co.
 Art via @repealhyde
  • We agree.
    Posted @withrepost@color_latina Denying #paidleave hurts us all. Speak out and show support for a strong program in Colorado! Take action TODAY: https://cofamli.paperform.co.
    Art via @repealhyde

  •  48  0  17 September, 2019
  • Today, I'm in Richmond to testify about paid leave. #paidleave @iwvoice
  • Today, I'm in Richmond to testify about paid leave. #paidleave @iwvoice

  •  18  1  17 September, 2019
  • Flexible, private arrangements can be customized to better suit the needs and preferences of each industry, employer, woman and family. A government solution, in contrast, is one-size-fits-all. 
@ACMacLeay
's testimony before the before the Virginia General Assembly Commerce and Labor Paid Leave Workgroup on HB. 2120 and SB. 1639.
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To read Ashley’s testimony in its entirety, please visit IWV.ORG > Archive > Media Archive "Independent Women’s Voice Testifies Before Virginia General Assembly on the Consequences of a New Paid Leave Entitlement Program”
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#PaidLeave #PTO 
#HB2120 #SB1639 #EarnedLeave
  • Flexible, private arrangements can be customized to better suit the needs and preferences of each industry, employer, woman and family. A government solution, in contrast, is one-size-fits-all.
    @ACMacLeay
    's testimony before the before the Virginia General Assembly Commerce and Labor Paid Leave Workgroup on HB. 2120 and SB. 1639.
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    To read Ashley’s testimony in its entirety, please visit IWV.ORG > Archive > Media Archive "Independent Women’s Voice Testifies Before Virginia General Assembly on the Consequences of a New Paid Leave Entitlement Program”
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    #PaidLeave #PTO
    #HB2120 #SB1639 #EarnedLeave

  •  19  0  17 September, 2019
  • Did you know that 87% of Colorado workers cannot take time off work when they are facing serious illness or recovering from surgery? Share your comments on why paid family medical leave needs to be a top priority in 2020: cofamli.paperform.co. #paidleave #coFAMLI
  • Did you know that 87% of Colorado workers cannot take time off work when they are facing serious illness or recovering from surgery? Share your comments on why paid family medical leave needs to be a top priority in 2020: cofamli.paperform.co. #paidleave #coFAMLI

  •  16  0  17 September, 2019
  • Denying #paidleave hurts us all. Speak out and show support for a strong program in Colorado! Take action TODAY: https://cofamli.paperform.co.
 Art via @repealhyde
  • Denying #paidleave hurts us all. Speak out and show support for a strong program in Colorado! Take action TODAY: https://cofamli.paperform.co.
    Art via @repealhyde

  •  131  2  17 September, 2019
  • We're hiring multiple Specialist 1 positions. Apply or share! PaidLeave.wa.gov/Employment
  • We're hiring multiple Specialist 1 positions. Apply or share! PaidLeave.wa.gov/Employment

  •  7  1  16 September, 2019
  • Speak up about paid family and medical leave in Colorado! The FAMLI Task Force is seeking public comment by WEDS. 9/25. #PaidLeave bolsters child and maternal health, child development, and involved parenting. #LinkinBio
  • Speak up about paid family and medical leave in Colorado! The FAMLI Task Force is seeking public comment by WEDS. 9/25. #PaidLeave bolsters child and maternal health, child development, and involved parenting. #LinkinBio

  •  13  0  16 September, 2019
  • We are excited to announce that this week, our Board of Directors adopted a new paid parental leave policy to ensure our employee’s financial, physical, and emotional health when they decide to start or grow their families. 🌟We think it’s important to take care of our team so that they can take care of our important mission!💖👶🏼👧🏻👩‍👧‍👦👨‍👧‍👦
  • We are excited to announce that this week, our Board of Directors adopted a new paid parental leave policy to ensure our employee’s financial, physical, and emotional health when they decide to start or grow their families. 🌟We think it’s important to take care of our team so that they can take care of our important mission!💖👶🏼👧🏻👩‍👧‍👦👨‍👧‍👦

  •  23  1  16 September, 2019
  • Did you know that all hours worked count towards eligibility? For more information, visit PaidLeave.wa.gov.
  • Did you know that all hours worked count towards eligibility? For more information, visit PaidLeave.wa.gov.

  •  7  1  13 September, 2019
  • This story was shared by an incredible and inspiring Mama. When we received it, we teared up. We are so grateful for people like @elizabethjohnsonrn who come to MOM proactively to share their stories and support this work towards change. WE CAN get National Paid Family Leave Passed. It is our stories that move people towards action. It is our stories that will make change. Here is Elizabeths: "I worked literally up to the day my water broke to save as much paid time off (PTO) as possible to use. At the time, I worked as a nurse for a large children's healthcare organization that did not provide additional paid maternity leave. Babies of course don't follow birth plans, and I ended up with Pregnancy Induced Hypertension and a vacuum-assisted birth after 18 hours of labor, a little over four weeks early. As my husband's company did not have paternity leave, he had to go back to work within days of the birth, leaving me home with my mother who was battling cancer to support me through birth injuries and a premature, very small baby. 
While I had FMLA and some paid time off days to leverage, managing weight for preemies on top of nursing challenges compound to make even the ten weeks I had too short (he was just able to fit into a wearable carrier by the time I got back to work). My status as an employee wasn't fully protected- I lost tuition reimbursement privileges (was completing the last semester of my master's degree) which was hurtful given my tenure at the facility of three years at the time. 
Not having paid maternity leave, and adequate leave, causes a negative cascade of issues, fears, concerns, and costs that start women on the wrong foot in their most important role and children in their growth and development. Women should not have to prove their worth to society to be granted what is, in the big picture, a minimal hand up to cultivating a healthy bond between parent-child but also establishing the criticality and fragility of that first year of life."
~Elizabeth
  • This story was shared by an incredible and inspiring Mama. When we received it, we teared up. We are so grateful for people like @elizabethjohnsonrn who come to MOM proactively to share their stories and support this work towards change. WE CAN get National Paid Family Leave Passed. It is our stories that move people towards action. It is our stories that will make change. Here is Elizabeths: "I worked literally up to the day my water broke to save as much paid time off (PTO) as possible to use. At the time, I worked as a nurse for a large children's healthcare organization that did not provide additional paid maternity leave. Babies of course don't follow birth plans, and I ended up with Pregnancy Induced Hypertension and a vacuum-assisted birth after 18 hours of labor, a little over four weeks early. As my husband's company did not have paternity leave, he had to go back to work within days of the birth, leaving me home with my mother who was battling cancer to support me through birth injuries and a premature, very small baby.
    While I had FMLA and some paid time off days to leverage, managing weight for preemies on top of nursing challenges compound to make even the ten weeks I had too short (he was just able to fit into a wearable carrier by the time I got back to work). My status as an employee wasn't fully protected- I lost tuition reimbursement privileges (was completing the last semester of my master's degree) which was hurtful given my tenure at the facility of three years at the time.
    Not having paid maternity leave, and adequate leave, causes a negative cascade of issues, fears, concerns, and costs that start women on the wrong foot in their most important role and children in their growth and development. Women should not have to prove their worth to society to be granted what is, in the big picture, a minimal hand up to cultivating a healthy bond between parent-child but also establishing the criticality and fragility of that first year of life."
    ~Elizabeth

  •  39  7  13 September, 2019
  • Sun Life U.S. is proud to announce a Paid Family & Medical Leave (PFML) program for all full- and part-time employees that provides 4 months of fully paid family leave to help employees better care for themselves and their families, including their chosen families. Birth parents will have 6 months of fully paid leave, which includes 2 months of medical leave for childbirth recovery (in addition to 4 months of family leave). Paid family leave can be used to bond with a new child, including an adopted or foster child, and for many other needs. Additionally, employees can use 6+ months of paid medical leave for their own illness or injury. #PFML #PaidFamilyLeave #PaidLeave #Family #TeamSunLifeUS #LifesBrighterUnderTheSun #PaidFamilyAndMedicalLeave http://bit.ly/2I6qLzH
  • Sun Life U.S. is proud to announce a Paid Family & Medical Leave (PFML) program for all full- and part-time employees that provides 4 months of fully paid family leave to help employees better care for themselves and their families, including their chosen families. Birth parents will have 6 months of fully paid leave, which includes 2 months of medical leave for childbirth recovery (in addition to 4 months of family leave). Paid family leave can be used to bond with a new child, including an adopted or foster child, and for many other needs. Additionally, employees can use 6+ months of paid medical leave for their own illness or injury. #PFML #PaidFamilyLeave #PaidLeave #Family #TeamSunLifeUS #LifesBrighterUnderTheSun #PaidFamilyAndMedicalLeave http://bit.ly/2I6qLzH

  •  85  7  12 September, 2019
  • Yanelia is a nail salon worker and mother of five from the Bronx. She hasn't taken a work day off in 10 YEARS. ⠀
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She wants to spend more precious moments with her family, and still keep her job. change.org/itsabouttime⠀
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#family #workersrights #paidleave
  • Yanelia is a nail salon worker and mother of five from the Bronx. She hasn't taken a work day off in 10 YEARS. ⠀

    She wants to spend more precious moments with her family, and still keep her job. change.org/itsabouttime⠀
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    #family #workersrights #paidleave

  •  40  1  11 September, 2019
  • Equity in the Workplace: Know Your Rights October 1, 6:00 - 8:00 PM

Light refreshments will be served. 
Please call the Southwest Women’s Law Center at 505-244-0502 for more information and to RSVP. #equalpay #breastfeeding #paidleave #workplacediscrimination
  • Equity in the Workplace: Know Your Rights October 1, 6:00 - 8:00 PM

    Light refreshments will be served.
    Please call the Southwest Women’s Law Center at 505-244-0502 for more information and to RSVP. #equalpay #breastfeeding #paidleave #workplacediscrimination

  •  11  0  11 September, 2019
  • This is NOT okay! And the headline is a little misleading — lesbians also receive less paid family leave than heterosexual couples. “Gay men, on average, received five fewer months of paid leave when compared to heterosexual couples, with lesbian couples typically receiving three less months." LGBTQ parents deserve the same amount of #PaidFamilyLeave as other families. Researchers think the difference comes from gendered language in paid family and medical leave policies. This is why it's so important for policies to be gender neutral and apply equally to adoptive parents and chosen family. via @lgbtqnation 
#lgbtq #lgbtqfamily #chosenfamily #adoption #queerfamily #paidfamilyleave #paidleave #parentalleave
  • This is NOT okay! And the headline is a little misleading — lesbians also receive less paid family leave than heterosexual couples. “Gay men, on average, received five fewer months of paid leave when compared to heterosexual couples, with lesbian couples typically receiving three less months." LGBTQ parents deserve the same amount of #PaidFamilyLeave as other families. Researchers think the difference comes from gendered language in paid family and medical leave policies. This is why it's so important for policies to be gender neutral and apply equally to adoptive parents and chosen family. via @lgbtqnation
    #lgbtq #lgbtqfamily #chosenfamily #adoption #queerfamily #paidfamilyleave #paidleave #parentalleave

  •  30  1  11 September, 2019
  • Estimates show providing 12 weeks of #PaidLeave in the US could prevent nearly 600 infant deaths per year.

But numbers are only part of the story. Follow our new mom's journey to learn why paid leave is so fundamental for the health and development of moms and babies – link in bio! #BackTooSoon
  • Estimates show providing 12 weeks of #PaidLeave in the US could prevent nearly 600 infant deaths per year.

    But numbers are only part of the story. Follow our new mom's journey to learn why paid leave is so fundamental for the health and development of moms and babies – link in bio! #BackTooSoon

  •  39  0  11 September, 2019
  • “When questions arise about how to support parents at work (for example, from Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez on Twitter), my first impulse is to endorse paid parental leave. Mountains of data and evidence show that paid leave is good for children’s health, and for mothers in particular. I am more than comfortable making a data-based case for this policy. I love data and evidence. I love them so much that I write books about data-based parenting.”
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@profemilyoster author of Cribsheet, mom and ,economist is all about the numbers and the numbers support paid parental leave! Read more on the blog, link.bio.
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#parents #parenting #data #emilyoster #economist #moms #momsinoffice #momsofinstagram #mothers #paidleave #paidfamilyleave #paidfamilyleavenow #2020
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📷  @seacannon
  • “When questions arise about how to support parents at work (for example, from Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez on Twitter), my first impulse is to endorse paid parental leave. Mountains of data and evidence show that paid leave is good for children’s health, and for mothers in particular. I am more than comfortable making a data-based case for this policy. I love data and evidence. I love them so much that I write books about data-based parenting.”
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    @profemilyoster author of Cribsheet, mom and ,economist is all about the numbers and the numbers support paid parental leave! Read more on the blog, link.bio.
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    #parents #parenting #data #emilyoster #economist #moms #momsinoffice #momsofinstagram #mothers #paidleave #paidfamilyleave #paidfamilyleavenow #2020
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    📷 @seacannon

  •  29  0  11 September, 2019

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  • YAAAS!!! 👏🙌 @mommyneedsamarg nailed this! Because yes, we can do it alone BUT we don’t have to. Together we are stronger! 🤱🏾🤱🏽🤱🏼🤱🏿🤱🏻
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  • YAAAS!!! 👏🙌 @mommyneedsamarg nailed this! Because yes, we can do it alone BUT we don’t have to. Together we are stronger! 🤱🏾🤱🏽🤱🏼🤱🏿🤱🏻

    ✨Join our community @workingmomkind for advice, features, tips, and support!✨

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