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Workplace connections: Gender equity, family-friendly policies, and early childhood care and education


Employees and their families—regardless of their incomes—should be able to access services and benefits that allow them to prosper. The positive outcomes of implementing family-friendly policies such as paid parental leave and support for affordable early childhood care and education are immense, and continued delay in enacting changes to provide these supports ultimately hurts both businesses and families. Businesses and policymakers need to make it a priority to implement both private-sector practices and public policies that support employees in managing the competing demands of work and family. (author abstract)

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