Wednesday, September 2, 2015

Paid Family and Medical Leave Findings Symposium

From our friends at the Women's Bureau
On September 9th, the Department of Labor's Women's Bureau, in collaboration with the Office of the Assistant Secretary for Policy and Chief Evaluation Office, will host a Paid Family and Medical Leave Findings Symposium. The event will provide an opportunity for advocates, policy makers, and legislators to hear about new research findings, to share lessons learned and successes, and to discuss the future for paid family leave policies in the U.S.
PRESENTATIONS INCLUDE:
Opening remarks by U.S. Secretary of Labor Thomas E. Perez
Session 1: Panel presentation of findings by Women's Bureau's 2014 Paid Leave grantees
  • The District of Columbia Department of Employment Services – Economic impact analysis, financing and benefit models, and a cost-benefit study to assess the feasibility of enacting a paid family leave program
  • The Massachusetts Department of Labor Standards – Microsimulation model that will help the state estimate eligibility, take-up and benefit costs of a variety of proposed paid family and medical leave programs
  • The Montana Department of Labor and Industry – Feasibility and economic impact of creating a state paid family leave program – including providing financing, eligibility and benefit recommendations – and to conduct public opinion research for communications and implementation purposes
  • The Rhode Island Department of Labor and Training – Effectiveness of the Rhode Island Temporary Caregiver Insurance Program and its benefits for Rhode Islanders, as well as the public's awareness of the program
Session 2: Paid Leave research presentations
  • Simulation of Different Effects of Paid Leave – Heidi Hartmann and Jeffrey Hayes (Institute for Women's Policy Research)
  • Study on the Long-term Effects of Paternity Leave in California – Jane Waldfogel (Columbia University)/Maya Rossin-Slater (UC-Santa Barbara)/Chris Ruhm (University of Virginia)
  • Study on the Business Effects of the Rhode Island Paid Leave Law – Jane Waldfogel (Columbia University)/Ann Bartel (Columbia University)
For those unable to attend in person, the symposium will also be live streamed. Check dol.gov/wb for details.

Tuesday, August 18, 2015

ច្បាប់ស្តីពីទទួលបានថ្ងៃឈឺគឺនៅទីក្រុង Philadelphia កំពុងប្រតិបត្តិ (Philadelphia's earned sick days law is now in effect! - Khmer)

ប្បើអ្នកធ្វើការច្រើនជាង40ម៉ោងក្នុងមួយឆ្នាំនៅក្នុងទីក្រុងនៃទីក្រុងPhiladelphia,អ្នកមានសិទ្ធិក្នុងការទទួលបានប្រាក់ឬពេលសម្រាកថែរក្សាខ្លួនអ្នកផ្ទាល់ឬសមាជិកគ្រួសារដោយគ្មានប្រាក់ខែ។ច្បាប់នេះធ្វើឡើងដើម្បីឱ្យចៅហ្វាយរបស់អ្នកនោះមិនអាចសងសឹកប្រឆាំងនឹងអ្នកប្រសិនបើអ្នកប្រើសិទ្ធិរបស់អ្នកក្នុងការទទួលយកថ្ងៃឈឺ។ដើម្បីរកឱ្យឃើញដំណើរទស្សនកិច្ចជាច្រើនទៀតនៅទីនេះ។

ធានានូវសិទ្ធិក្នុងការទទួលបានប្រាក់ថ្ងៃឈឺគឺជាជំហានដ៏ធំមួយឆ្ពោះទៅរកការកសាងទីក្រុងដែលផ្តល់នូវសុវត្ថិភាពការងារសម្រាប់ក្រុមគ្រួសារទាំងអស់និងសេដ្ឋកិច្ចមួយដែលឱ្យតម្លៃការខិតខំធ្វើការរបស់អ្នក។

នៅពេលទីក្រុងនានាទូទាំងប្រទេសបានអនុម័តច្បាប់ស្រដៀងគ្នានេះពួកគេបានឃើញការកើនឡើងកំណើនការងារ។គ្មានការសង្ស័យសេដ្ឋកិច្ចក្រុងPhiladelphiaនិងអាជីវកម្មរបស់យើងនឹងទទួលបានផលប្រយោជន៍ដូចគ្នានេះដែរ។

មានមនុស្សជាច្រើនមានអារម្មណ៍ធូស្រាលដោយដឹងថាថ្ងៃឈឺមិនមានការបង់ខាតប្រាក់ខែមួយថងៃឬការងារ។ សូមប្រាប់មិត្តភក្តិរបស់អ្នកអំពីសិទ្ធិរបស់ពួកគេនៅក្នុងការងារដោយការផ្ញើតាមរយៈ tweet ឬបង្ហោះនៅលើ Facebook!
www.phillyearnedsickdays.com
Facebook: PhillyPaidSickDays
Twitter: @earnedsicktime


Tuesday, August 11, 2015

फिलाडलफिया शहर के लिये रोग अवकाश का नियम (Philadelphia's Earned Sick Day Laws are now in effect- Hindi)

फिलाडलफिया शहर में  यदि कोई व्यक्ति एक साल में ४० घंटे से ज़्यादा  का करता है तो वह अर्जित  या अनरजित रोग अवकाश का अधिकारी है अपने परिवार सदस्य और संवय की देखभाल करने के लिये। यह नियम सुनिश्चित  करता है कि कोई भी अधिकारी (बौस) इस अधिकार का प्रतिकार  नहीं करेगा।

अर्जित रोग अवकाश अधिकार की गांरटी एक बहुत बड़ा  क़दम है एसे शहर के  निर्माण  के लिये जो सब परिवीरों को जौब  सकयौरटी  प्रदान करेगा और एक एसी इकौनमी जो मेहनत को महत्व  देती है।

 देश के शहरों  में जहाँ जहाँ  यह नियम पास किये गये है वहाँ जौब की बढ़ौतरी पाई गई है। इसमें कोई शक नहीं है कि फिलाडलफिया  की जनता सुख का साँस ले सकती है कि बीमार होने पर उनकी नौकरी सुरिक्षत है।


  कृपया इस नये कार्य  अधिकार को टीवटर या फ़ेसबुक पर  पोसटींगकरे।

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