SOURCE: Washington Post
Paid Family Leave was Invented in the US, But We Still Don't Have It
The International Congress of Working Women met in Washington in 1919 and developed the blueprint for a paid parental leave after another international workers' organization punted on the idea. The proposal has undergirded paid leave programs throughout the industrialized world – except the United States.
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