PFL

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AcronymDefinition
PFLPersonal Fall Limiter (safety product; Miller Fall Protection)
PFLPreparation for Life (est. 1997)
PFLPyruvate Formate Lyase (enzyme)
PFLPassion for Life
PFLPopular Front for the Liberation
PFLPaid Family Leave
PFLPartido da Frente Liberal (Liberal Front Party, Brazil)
PFLPre Fade Listening
PFLProvider Flags
PFLPresident for Life (title)
PFLPioneer Football League
PFLPriests for Life
PFLPartners for Life
PFLPreparation for Future Learning (various schools)
PFLPowder Free Latex (gloves)
PFLPillow Fight League
PFLProfessional Football League
PFLPlatforms for Learning (Oregon State University)
PFLPre Fade Listen
PFLPrinting for Less
PFLPatellofemoral Ligament
PFLPre-Fade Listening
PFLPractical Family Living (Appleton, WI)
PFLPacific Forum Line
PFLPort of Felixstowe (UK)
PFLPal for Life
PFLPulmonary Function Laboratory (various locations)
PFLPulse Forming Line
PFLParallel Functional Language (computing)
PFLPractice Forced Landing
PFLPaper Football League
PFLPilot Fault List
PFLProject Forward Leap (Philadelphia, PA)
PFLPlanned Flight Level
PFLPulmonary Function Lab
PFLProfessional Futsal League
PFLPaid for Listing (advertising)
PFLPracticed Forced Landing
PFLPacket Filtering Language (Firewall)
PFLphrase-final lengthening (linguistics)
PFLPlant Fuel Load
PFLPing for Later (Internet slang)
PFLPerformance for Life (proprietary chiropractic program and certification)
PFLPass Football League
PFLPlayer for Life
PFLPosting for Later (internet slang)
PFLPolymeric Flocculation (wastewater treatment technology)
PFLPotter for Life (Harry Potter fan forum)
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It should be noted that this approach differs somewhat from that of Hillary Clinton, who has made a clear commitment to implementing paid family leave but has also promised not to raise taxes, even social insurance taxes, on anyone earning less than $250,000.
Presidential candidates continued that focus as paid family leave was the one workplace issue to receive extended airtime in the first Democratic presidential debate.
California's Paid Family Leave program, administered by the State Disability Insurance program, was established in 2004 to provide up to 6 weeks of benefits for California workers who need time off from work to care for a seriously ill child, spouse, parent, or registered domestic partner, or to bond with a new child.
According to Department of Labor data, about 11 percent of workers-mostly high paid professionals-have paid family leave benefits, hardly a huge percentage.
The New Jersey Temporary Disability Benefits law provides up to six weeks of paid family leave to covered employees for the birth or adoption of a child or to care for sick family members.
The recommendations included: universal health care, paid family leave, workplace support for breastfeeding mothers, better health education, more community green spaces, no junk food in schools, neighborhood clinics and smaller, more personal care.
Maybe the employee wasn't aware of the program, or hadn't considered it," but a Paid Family Leave can take salary off of the payroll for a period of six weeks.
The paid family leave proposal announced by Senate Republicans does not apply to all workers, and would force workers to borrow from their Social Security to take paid time off.
She said the campaign will also be pushing for a paid family leave insurance program, which has enacted in California, New Jersey, Rhode Island and New York.
Clinton has proposed 12 weeks of paid family leave.