National Partnership for Women & Families

Press Releases: Work and Family

U.S. Protections for Working Families Worst of All Affluent Countries

New Study Finds U.S. Lags in Leave, Sick Days, Other Worker Protections

Press Statement | February 1, 2007 | Campaigns, Work and Family

Nation's Top Work/Family Expert To Urge Lawmakers to Expand, Not Roll Back Law

On 14th Anniversary of FMLA, Ness to Join Senator Dodd in Announcing His Intention to Introduce Legislation Providing Paid Family, Medical Leave

Press Statement | January 30, 2007 | Work and Family

Labor Department's Request for Information On the Family & Medical Leave Act is Alarming, Nation's Leading Expert Says

Statement of Debra L. Ness, President, National Partnership for Women & Families

Press Statement | November 30, 2006 | Work and Family

Momentum Builds for Paid Sick Days from Coast to Coast

On Heels of Overwhelming Passage of San Francisco Ballot Initiative, New Survey In New York City Finds Broad Support for Giving All Workers Paid Sick Days

Press Release | November 21, 2006 | Campaigns, Work and Family

San Francisco Voters Pass Paid Sick Days Measure, Paving the Way for Change the Country Urgently Needs

Statement of Debra L. Ness, President, National Partnership for Women & Families

Press Statement | November 8, 2006 | Campaigns, Work and Family

Remarks for Debra Ness, National Partnership for Women and Families

Annual Luncheon

Press Release | June 27, 2006 | Health Care, Work and Family, Workplace Fairness

Leading Women's Group Honors Family Leave Champion Senator Dodd, "North Country" Attorney Paul Sprenger And Wall Street Trailblazer Madelyn Antoncic

Press Release | June 27, 2006 | Work and Family

How is Globalization Affecting Working Families around the World?

Children, Economies Will Suffer Unless Nations Do More to Support Working Families, Finds New Study that Examines Experiences, Policies on Five Continents

Press Release | February 27, 2006 | Work and Family

"Alito Confirmation Setback for Court, Nation"

Statement of Debra L. Ness, President, National Partnership for Women & Families

Press Statement | January 31, 2006 | Judges and Supreme Court, Work and Family

"Senate Vote on Alito is a Profound Loss for American Women and Families"

Statement of Debra L. Ness, President, National Partnership for Women & Families

Press Statement | January 30, 2006 | Judges and Supreme Court, Work and Family

"Judiciary Committee Vote a Blow to All Who Care About Justice, Privacy," Women's Leader Says

Statement of Debra L. Ness, President, National Partnership for Women & Families

Press Statement | January 24, 2006 | Judges and Supreme Court, Work and Family

"Women's Leader Calls Alito's Testimony Alarming, Urges Senators to Refuse to Confirm Him"

Statement of Debra L. Ness, President, National Partnership for Women & Families

Press Statement | January 12, 2006 | Health Care, Judges and Supreme Court, Work and Family

Women's Leader Says Nation Will Lose If Senate Confirms Alito

Statement of Debra L. Ness, President, National Partnership for Women & Families

Press Statement | January 12, 2006 | Judges and Supreme Court, Work and Family

"Alito Again Misleads on Family & Medical Leave Act," Nation's Top Expert on the Law Charges

Statement of Debra L. Ness, President, National Partnership for Women & Families

Press Statement | January 11, 2006 | Judges and Supreme Court, Work and Family

Judge Alito's Answers on FMLA are Alarming & Wholly Inadequate," Women's Leader Warns

Statement of Debra L. Ness, President, National Partnership for Women & Families

Press Statement | January 10, 2006 | Reproductive Health, Work and Family, Judges and Supreme Court

Healthy Families Act Introduced in Congress

On Administrative Professionals Day, Lawmakers & Advocates Urge Speedy Passage of Legislation to Guarantee Paid Sick Days; New Study by Institute for Women's Policy Research Finds Law Would Save Employers Millions of Dollars

Press Release | April 27, 2005 | Campaigns, Work and Family
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