Family Leave May Not Be That Big A Hardship For BusinessAaron Bernstein
Since President Bush vetoed a family leave bill last year, a central question has been how many employers already offer maternity leave. Conventional wisdom held--and the bill's opponents argued--that many small employers would be crushed if the government forced them to give workers 12 weeks off, as the bill would provide.
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