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More about TCI & TDI
- Short, bi-lingual brochure (link to pdf)
- Brochure (link to pdf)
- Quick Reference for Employers (link)
- Required Posters (link)
Posters to display:
- TCI Poster – New Child leave – ENGLISH
- TCI Poster – New Child leave – SPANISH
- TCI Poster – Ill Family Care leave – ENGLISH
- TCI Poster – Ill Family Care leave – SPANISH
TCI & TDI
Reports and Publications
The National Partnership for Women and Families lists dozens of reports and publications surrounding paid leave.
Launching Rhode Island’s Temporary Caregiver Insurance Program (TCI): Employee Experiences One Year Later. University of Rhode Island, 2016
Assessing Rhode Island’s Temporary Caregiver Insurance Act: Insights from a Survey of Employers. Columbia Business School, 2016.
A Necessity, Not a Benefit: NYC’s Low-Income Moms Discuss Their Struggles without Paid Family Leave and Job Security. Community Service Society of New York, May 2015.
Business as usual: New Jersey employers’ experiences with family leave insurance. Sharon Lerner and Eileen Appelbaum, Center for Economic and Policy Research, 2014.
The Economics of Paid and Unpaid Leave. White House Council of Economic Advisors, 2014.
California’s Paid Family Leave Program: Ten Years After the Program’s Implementation, Who Has Benefited and What Has Been Learned? California Senate Office of Research, 2014.
Awareness of New Jersey’s Family Leave Insurance Program Is Low, Even As Public Support Remains High and Need Persists. Linda Houser and Karen White, Center for Women and Work at Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, 2012.
Policy Matters: Public Policy, Paid Leave for New Parents, and Economic Security for U.S. Workers. Linda Houser and Thomas P. Vartanian, Center for Women and Work at Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, 2012.
Pay Matters: The Positive Economic Impact of Paid Family Leave for Families, Businesses and the Public. Linda Houser and Thomas P. Vartanian, Center for Women and Work at Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey, 2012.
Leaves That Pay: Employer and Worker Experiences with Paid Leave in California. Eileen Appelbaum and Ruth Milkman. 2011.
A Guide to Implementing Paid Family Leave: Lessons from California. Netsy Firestein, Ann O’Leary, and Zoe Savitsky, 2011.
California’s Paid Family Leave Act Is Less Onerous Than Predicted. Jennifer Redmond and Evgenia Fkiaras. Society for Human Resource Management, 2010.
Reports & Publications
National Partnership for Women and Families
Family Values @ Work
Labor Project for Working Families
Families and Work Institute
Institute for Women’s Policy Research
California Paid Leave website site
Hawaii Family Leave site
Montana Paid Leave movement website site