Discusión de grupo: brindando cuidados y asistencia

¿Trabaja y a la vez cuida a una persona? Continue reading

Focus Group for Caregivers in Los Angeles

Do you work in retail, restaurants, or food service, and support a family member, friend, or loved one with a serious health condition or disability? Continue reading

February 2018 Newsletter

Coalition Members Celebrate FMLA 25 in Washington DC On February 5, members of the California Work & Family Coalition were honored as Paid Leave Leaders along with other state and national advocates at a reception celebrating the 25th anniversary of the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) on Capitol Hill. Continue reading

The FMLA Turns 25! It’s Time to Expand this Basic Right

It’s been 25 years since President Clinton signed landmark legislation establishing 12 weeks of job protected leave for workers taking time to bond with a new child, care for a seriously ill family member, or to care for one’s own serious health condition. Continue reading

January 2018 Newsletter

The Family and Medical Leave Act Turns 25! Join #FMLA25 Continue reading

California Paid Family Leave Expansion to Take Effect on January 1, 2018

California Paid Family Leave Expansion to Take Effect on January 1, 2018 Workers Won an Increase in Wage Replacement and Expanded Job Protection for New Parents     Continue reading

December 2017 Newsletter

Happy Holidays!  We hope that you will be able to take the time to enjoy this holiday season with family and friends. And we look forward to working together for a happy, healthy, and meaningful 2018!   Continue reading

Statewide Meeting: What's Next for 2018?

Celebrating Our Power, Planning for 2018 Continue reading

October 2017 Newsletter

Coalition Victory: Governor Brown Signed New Parent Leave!  Continue reading

Governor Brown Signs Historic Expansion of California’s Paid Family Leave

Contact: Jenya Cassidy Tel: (510) 387-4920 Email: jenya@workfamilyca.org Website: www.WorkFamilyCa.org SB 63 Will Provide More New Parents with Job-Protected Leave Continue reading