Parental leave: the need for a national policy to foster sexual equality.

@article{CaplanCotenoff1987ParentalLT,
  title={Parental leave: the need for a national policy to foster sexual equality.},
  author={S A Caplan-Cotenoff},
  journal={American journal of law & medicine},
  year={1987},
  volume={13 1},
  pages={
          71-104
        }
}
Working women are without substantial protection from the ramifications of pregnancy discrimination, and the opportunities for working men to take leave from work to participate in child care are limited. Recently, private businesses have begun implementing maternity or parental leave policies to address these problems. These policies are inconsistent, however, and a national parental leave program is needed to help women attain equal access to jobs and to provide men with the opportunity to… CONTINUE READING

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