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MEMO | A summary of key finding from a national 2016 election eve/night survey conducted by The Tarrance Group and Lake Research Partners.
MEMO | A summary of key finding from a national 2016 election eve/night survey conducted by Lake Research Partners and The Tarrance Group.
Questionnaire and topline results for Lake Research Partners 2016 election even and election night survey
A summary of the results of a survey of 2016 general election voters conducted for the National Partnership by Lake Research Partners and the Tarrance Group showing strong support for family friendly workplace polices and the candidates who champion them.
MEMO | A comprehensive analysis of the websites of all declared 2016 general election candidates for U.S. Senate, U.S. House and governor to quantify the extent to which candidates mentioned paid sick days, paid family and medical leave, fair or equal pay, and fairness for pregnant workers – and to assess whether candidates who did so were more likely to win.
Key Features of a Paid Family and Medical Leave Program that Meets the Needs of Working Families CAP joint product
MEMO | Hart Research conducted a nationwide online survey among 1,217 women age 16 and older who work in fast food restaurants. This memo highlights the survey's findings about fast food workers' access to paid sick days.
MACRA Quality Payment Program 11/15 webinar
CHART | A detailed summary of existing paid sick days laws.
Become a Support Paid Leave blog writer and contributor by following these simple steps and guidelines.
CHART | A summary of employers' newly updated or expanded paid family leave policies that includes their rationales.
CPeH Comment Letter on Data Portability RFI
A list of all the paid sick days laws that are or will soon be in effect in the United States.
CPeH Comment outline for Data Portability RFI
The Affordable Care Act (ACA) is the greatest advance for women’s health in a generation, and includes benefits that are critically important for pregnant women and new parents. Thanks to the ACA, most plans now ensure coverage for the health services expecting and new parents need. The law guarantees coverage for maternity services and provides support for eligible new parents once their child is born.
The Affordable Care Act (ACA) is the greatest advance for women’s health in a generation. Improving access to health care has long been a priority for women for a number of reasons, including the fact that women have more contact with the health care system over their lifetimes than do men; their health care needs are greater, especially during their reproductive years; and many women coordinate health care for spouses, children, aging parents and other loved ones. The ACA has already improved women’s access to health insurance coverage, making access to quality, affordable health care more of a reality for women and their families.
The Affordable Care Act (ACA) is the greatest advance for women’s health in a generation. In the more than six years since its passage, it has made more affordable, comprehensive health insurance coverage available to millions of consumers. About 20 million people have gained health coverage under the law, and roughly 12.7 million people signed up for marketplace plans during the third open enrollment period.
DATA BRIEF | According to the most recent data available, nearly 31,000 charges of pregnancy discrimination were filed with the EEOC and state-level agencies over a nearly five-year period, and the number of charges remained relatively unchanged from year to year.
CHART | A non-exhaustive chart of paid family/parental leave policies that apply to municipal employees.
FACT SHEET | Overall, women in the United States are paid 79 cents for every dollar paid to men. When women lose income, their economic security and that of their families is diminished.
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