Forging Ahead or Falling Behind? Paid Family Leave at America's Top Companies

An exploration of corporate paid family leave policies in the United States reveals a widespread problem -- only 13 percent of people working in the private sector have access to paid family leave through their employer, and this number falls to six percent for low-wage employees.

Today, the time to care for a new child, a sick family member or an aging parent, or for one’s own serious illness is an elite benefit.