From the Huffington Post, By Donald Cohen
You may think it’s a way to help your spouse or aging parent recover from a devastating illness, but to the National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB) California’s Paid Family Leave (PFL) law, enacted in 2002, is a “job killer” that costs employers billions of dollars and drives jobs out the state. Allen Zaremberg, president of the California Chamber of Commerce, echoed that view, calling the law “one of the worst.”
But a new comprehensive study reveals that these corporate lobby group have been crying wolf. The report, based on a survey of employers and employees, found that the California law has not turned out to be the costly “job killer” that big business warned about. To the contrary, the Paid Family Leave law has produced significant economic, social and health benefits for both male and female workers.
Read the entire story here: Another “Job Killer” Lie Exposed