Putting a true price tag on paid family medical leave

Potter, Edward E.
October 2000
Employee Benefit News;Oct2000, Vol. 14 Issue 12, p82
Deals with issues governing the Family and Medical Leave Act passed by United States (U.S.) President Bill Clinton in 1993. Ramifications of using the unemployment insurance trusts of states for paid family leave; Comparison on the family leave policy of the U.S. with European countries.


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