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October 1989, Vol. 112, No. 10
Employer provisions for parental leave
Joseph R. Meisenheimer II
Economist, formerly with the Division of Occupational Pay and Employee Benefit Levels, Bureau of Labor Statistics, currently with the Division of Labor Force Statistics
Slightly more than one-third of full-time employees in medium and large firms in private industry were covered by maternity or paternity leave policies; days off were usually without pay. This article explores survey data on the incidence and provisions of employers' parental leave policies, including an examination of legislative developments.
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