Tag Archives: social policies

Paid Parental Leave Policy

What does a good paid- leave policy look like? It needs to be at least three months, include protection to make sure that your job is there for you when you return, and cover 100 percent of your income (many … Continue reading

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Her-story

I don’t think anyone who has made history set out to make history. Shirley Chisolm , Barbara Jordan , Ruby Bridges , Sojourner {Truth} – they just set out about their business…. I’d like to think that my election made … Continue reading

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Networking

We create networks of support. That’s what keeps people healthy- Kathy Koenigsdorf Positively Purging-I welcome your feedbacks in the comments and your likes and passing the real life wisdom on to others as I embark on this new venture of … Continue reading

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Paid Parental Leave

Is it just me or do you sometimes start to read and and think “Just the highlights, please”? That’s how I felt on the very tired yet important issue of parental leave. It left me thinking where are they now … Continue reading

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Resilience – Networking & Advocating

Hi_; I’ve been filling these  things (liecensure verifications) out all week…so good timing. First question…Do you have a SW job yet? This is the correct credential you want, but you need to be working and under the supervision of an … Continue reading

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