Farley-Kluger Initiative to Amend the FMLA (Childloss)

 Parental Bereavement Leave
(The Farley-Kluger Initiative to Amend the FMLA)

My “co-sponser” for the Farley-Kluger Initiative was on C-SPAN today for an interview regarding our efforts to add the death of a child as one of the qualifyers for 12 weeks of unpaid time that is allowed by FMLA.

You can view the video by clicking on the link below or copying and pasting it into your browser:
http://www.c-spanarchives.org/program/JBa

The Farley-Kluger Initiative is proud to have the support of such organizations as Parents of Murdered Children (POMC), The M.I.S.S. Foundation, Share Pregnancy and Infant Loss Support, Inc., The JED Foundation, Blue Star Families, Gold Star Mothers and Fathers, The Children’s Bereavement Center of Miami, American Academy of Grief Counseling and The American Institute for Health Care Professionals, to name a few.

You can sign the petition here:  www.FarleyKluger.com

 

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This entry was posted in Death of a baby, Death of a Child, Death of a daughter, Death of a son, Death of parent, Family Medical Leave Act, Farley-Kluger, FMLA, Grieving Dads: To the Brink and Back, Loss of a Child, Loss of a Daughter, Loss of a Son, Parental Bereavement Leave Act of 2011, Senator Tester, the Parental Bereavement Leave Act of 2011. Bookmark the permalink.

One Response to Farley-Kluger Initiative to Amend the FMLA (Childloss)

  1. Yes, but on the other hand i had/heard one good thing someone said at the day i buried my child. my fellow co-workers did a great job (police escort),… but somewhere near the end and he told me what he said, others confirmed it. “I will never again complain about my daughter waking me up throughout the night!” he to just had a new born at the time. i remember thinking nothing at the time, but it did hit me later in the years, at least something good came out of it for him….

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