Help us build our case for a system of paid family leave here in CT by sharing your personal story.
Women and men need access to affordable time for caregiving.
The stress and demands of caring for an elderly parent should not be overlooked.
This is Amanda’s personal story.
A way to expand FMLA for Connecticut would be to provide insurance for leave that falls under FMLA. States such as California and New Jersey, have already started this initiative.
Check out this interview featuring several CT moms about their experiences with maternity leave.
According to reports, family and medical leave protections do not cover almost half of all full-time employees, upsetting the balance between work and family and making it difficult for women to support their families.
Will Connecticut be the next state to enact paid family leave?