A Need Not Being Met: Providing Paid Family and Medical Leave for All Americans
Many parents in the United States face the quandary of whether to take time off from work to care for themselves, their children, or other family member, understanding that their jobs may not be there upon return and they will receive no income during their leave. The Family and Medical Leave Act has not lifted this burden; it only provides for unpaid leave. Four states and several cities have implemented paid family and medical leave statutes with both employees and employers benefiting. This Note proposes a uniform paid family and medical leave statute based on other countries’ statutes; proposed federal legislation; and statutes in New York, California, and San Francisco.
Kornfeld, Seth K., "A Need Not Being Met: Providing Paid Family and Medical Leave for All Americans" (2018). Hofstra Law Student Works. 14.
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