Phoebe Taubman

A Better Balance

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Senior staff attorney with A Better Balance, a legal advocacy group that focuses on helping employees meet the conflicting demands of work and family

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Women are nearly half America's work force, and three quarters will be pregnant at least once during their working lives.

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