Middle Class Task Force

survey pic.jpgOn the campaign trail, then candidate Barack Obama promised to work aggressively on work-family balance if he was elected president.  In doing so, he clearly signaled a movement toward pursuing additional rights for employees to permit them to better balance their workplace duties and their personal and family lives.  This “movement,” however, has been stalled by the health care debate, the conflict in Iraq, and the Gulf Oil mess.

Yesterday, the Administration signaled that its commitment to work-family balance is back on track. 

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