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No, private businesses should decide the amount of competitive incentives they offer to employees instead of a government mandate
Yes, but only for sick leave which is unexpected, instead of pregnancy which is a personal choice
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Yes, but decrease the number of sick days allowed. 5 years ago from a Constitution in Dublin, PA
Not for sickness, allow time off but no pay. Paid time off for third trimester and 2 weeks after birth for pregnancy. Only allow maternity leave/pay if party is not pregnant at time of hire. If known to be pregnant at time of hire and information is... 5 years ago from a Constitution in Phoenix, AZ
Yes, lack of paid leave is important to men and women who are working and need the time to help start/help a growing family. 5 years ago from a Constitution in Waterbury, CT
If they hold the job then 1/2 pay. 5 years ago from a Constitution in Foundryville, PA
Yes but only once in three years and should be available to both married/civil union spouses. Majority of funding comes from government. 5 years ago from a Constitution in Philadelphia, PA
Realistic and competitive amount, with a time increase that could be taken at the parents' risk. 5 years ago from a Constitution in New Bloomfield, MO