Workplaces that Work for Families

Advocates presented options to make workplaces more family-friendly, offering public policy approaches and recommending changes to workplace practice.

Paid Sick Days and Paid Family Leave

Brandy Davis, Policy Coordinator, Labor Project for Working Families

Recommendations on Promoting Family Friendly Workplaces: Paid Sick Days and Family & Medical Leave

Fact Sheet: The Benefits of a Family-Friendly Workplace: Paid Sick Days and Family & Medical Leave Bereavement Leave

Legislative History: Paid Sick Days, Family & Medical Leave & Bereavement Leave

Bereavement Leave

Mariko Yoshihara, Political Director, California Employment Lawyers Association

Recommendations on Bereavement Leave

Flexible Workplace

Jenny Erwin, Regional Administrator, United States Department of Labor Women’s Bureau

Flex-Options: Approaches to Workplace Flexibility

Preventing Violence in the Workplace

Keiko Takano, Policy Specialist, Family Violence Prevention Fund

How do you create a Domestic and Sexual Violence Policy that’s Right for your Workplace?

Employers Can Find Answers at www.workplacesrespond

Also, view these resources:

Leaves that Pay: Employer and Worker Experiences with Paid Family Leave in California

Eileen Appelbaum (Center for Economic and Policy Research) and Ruth Milkman (UCLA/CUNY)

A Guide to Implementing Paid Family Leave: Lessons from California

Netsy Firestein, Labor Project for Working Families, Ann O’Leary and Zoe Savitsky, Center for Health, Economic & Family Security