Molly Moon Neitzel, owner of Molly Moon’s Homemade ice Cream, a local chain that offers employees 12 weeks of paid parental leave, at one of her stores in Seattle, June 17, 2015. Long a pet Democratic cause that seemed hopelessly far-fetched, paid leave suddenly seems less. “It was not just the right thing to do but also a really important retention policy,” she said.
Molly Moon Neitzel, owner of Molly Moon’s Homemade ice Cream, a local chain that offers employees 12 weeks of paid parental leave, at one of her stores in Seattle, June 17, 2015. Long a pet Democratic cause that seemed hopelessly far-fetched, paid leave suddenly seems less. “It was not just the right thing to do but also a really important retention policy,” she said. IAN C. BATES NYT
Molly Moon Neitzel, owner of Molly Moon’s Homemade ice Cream, a local chain that offers employees 12 weeks of paid parental leave, at one of her stores in Seattle, June 17, 2015. Long a pet Democratic cause that seemed hopelessly far-fetched, paid leave suddenly seems less. “It was not just the right thing to do but also a really important retention policy,” she said. IAN C. BATES NYT

A federal policy on paid leave suddenly seems plausible

June 25, 2015 7:10 PM