The Haves & Have Nots of Paid Family Leave

Unequal Policies from the Nation's Largest Employers

Paid family leave is an elite benefit in the U.S. 94% of low-income working people have no access to paid family leave. Unequal paid family leave policies at the nation's largest retail employers hits low-income and households of color the hardest. 

Read PL+US's findings and our index of the top retailers leading the way -- and the major corporate employers that are lagging behind.


Video: Jasmine's Story

Walmart only gives 6-8 wks of partially paid maternity leave to full-time hourly workers. The catch? Many workers say their managers won't give them enough hours to qualify. 


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Jasmine's Story: An Everyday Reality for U.S. Retail Workers

Jasmine's story isn't isolated. Walmart is one of the richest retailers in the world, but its corporate policies leave hard-working families in dire straights. It shouldn’t be this way.

Join PL+US and OUR Walmart leaders like Jasmine in calling on Walmart to publicly commit to change their policy and provide all employees with access to paid family leave.