Paper with paid family medical leave written on it Despite a great deal of talk by politicians over the past two presidential administrations, the U.S. remains the only industrialized nation without a national FMLA policy.

A new study finds that American businesses continue to strengthen and expand their leave policies due to the needs of employees and inaction by the federal government.

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