Recent Examples of family leave from the Web
And Democratic voters will have a chance to weigh in on whether all workers should have paid family leave, paid sick leave and a living wage.
Heller also has endeared himself to Trump by working closely with his daughter. Ivanka Trump and Heller, with several other Republican senators, now are studying paid family leave policy.
She is jokingly referred to as the real First Lady and claims women in the workforce and paid family leave as two of her key issues.
Miller, whose mother was a Detroit native and grew up in the city before her family left, moved to Midtown from Ann Arbor as an adult with his spouse.
In the early 1850s, a young Rockefeller and his family left upstate New York and briefly stayed with relatives in Albion before heading to downtown Cleveland.
The Morris family left the church after the attack.
But many are also raising minimum pay and contributing more to employee 401(k) accounts; some, notably Starbucks and Walmart, are expanding paid family leave to more employees.
Fitzenhagen said during the meeting, citing some benefits to young couples like insurance benefits, next of kin notification or family leave.
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Definition of family leave for English Language Learners
: a period of time when an employee has permission to be away from a job in order to deal with family matters (such as caring for a baby or a sick family member)
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