Posted on May 9, 2019 Issues: Fair Work Schedules Raising Women's Pay Workplace

“Women have been making things work a long time, but it takes a big toll,” said Melissa Boteach, vice president, income security & child care/early learning at the National Women’s Law Center. “Somehow everyone figures out how to make it work, but what is the cost of that? Not moving up in a job? Getting fired because you didn’t have paid leave? Not being able to get the degree you want because you couldn’t find stable childcare? When you add up the losses, the cost of inaction is higher than the cost of providing parents what they need.”

Outlet: USA Today
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