Workforce and Employment

Only one developed country does not have guaranteed paid maternity leave

Paid family leave can help parents to develop better relationships with their children, and with each other. Image: Unsplash/Jonathan Borba

Kristen Schultz Lee

Associate Professor of Sociology, University at Buffalo

Hiroshi Ono

Professor of Human Resource Management, School of International Corporate Strategy, Hitotsubashi University

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Some nations offer over a year of paid maternity leave Image: The Conversation/OECD
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