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Family and medical leave: evidence from the 2000 surveys

Jane Waldfogel

Title:
Family and medical leave: evidence from the 2000 surveys
Author(s):
Waldfogel, Jane
Date:
Type:
Articles
Department:
Social Work
Volume:
124
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Book/Journal Title:
Monthly Labor Review
Abstract:
Seven years after the Family and Medical Leave Act, more employees are taking leave for family or medical reasons, and fewer report that they need leave, but are unable to take it; many employers offer leave over and above that required by the Act, and most report no adverse effects on their business.
Subject(s):
Economics, Labor
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