Jeffrey Hayes

Program Director of Institute for Women's Policy Research

Jeffrey Hayes on KCRW

Is paid family leave the new front in the fight over worker benefits? Last week, Governor Jerry Brown signed the $15 minimum wage bill. Yesterday he increased family leave benefits.

California Expands Paid Family Leave

Is paid family leave the new front in the fight over worker benefits? Last week, Governor Jerry Brown signed the $15 minimum wage bill. Yesterday he increased family leave benefits.

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