The State of Paid Leave

It has been encouraging to see politicians on both sides of the aisle signal their support for a national paid parental leave plan in the days since President Trump’s State of the Union address. With any legislation, however, the devil is in the details—and the plan proposed by the administration to date is devilish indeed.

The U.S. Has Never Needed Paid Family and Medical Leave More

Congress must pass the FAMILY Act, and President Trump must sign it into law.

Feminists in the House are Fighting on for #PaycheckFairness

Only one month after a record number of women were sworn in to serve in the 116th Congress, feminist lawmakers in the House re-introduced the Paycheck Fairness Act.

WATCH: Ms. Goes Inside The Jane Club

The Jane Club co-founders June Diane Raphael and Jess Zaino opened up to Ms. in a live interview about building better workplaces, the myth of work-life balance and how the “mother of all workspaces” got born.

Marching On for Working Moms

What talent are we losing in our country’s business, security or political leadership by forcing young women to make impossible choices between work and family?

Drawing the (Picket) Line: Inside the Fight for Public Education Funding in Los Angeles

“I miss my kids,” Samantha Barnea, a third grade teacher at Noble Avenue Elementary in North Hills, California, told Ms., “but I’m doing this for them.”

Saying #MeToo in the Push of a Button

“You never know knocking on one of those doors what’s going to be on the other side of that door. We witnessed it all. We saw it all.”

Five #MeToo Moments That Expanded the Movement in 2018

#FeministsRiseUp. #TakeBackTheWorkplace. #MeTooMcDonalds. Time’s Up, across sectors and for abusers everywhere—and these hashtags proved it in 2018.

Closer to True Cost: How Sexual Harassment Impacts Workers and Businesses

Sexual harassment in the workplace can have serious financial and personal costs not only for workers, but for the businesses and brands that employ them.

Celebrating Sisterhood and Solidarity in the Fight to End Sexual Harassment

One year ago, TIME magazine honored the women rising up against sexual harassment, naming the “Silence Breakers” its 2017 Person of the Year. As the new POY issue emerges, one of the leaders in the fight for safer workplaces is issuing an update—and a call to arms.

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