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She knew it was the right decision for her start-up, but more importantly for her staff of 21, which includes her husband, David Williams, the director of marketing, she knew their job prospects would grow if the acquisition were to go through.
So she skipped any semblance of a real maternity leave and headed straight back to work — with Hazel.
A celebration of Hazel’s life was held on Saturday, May 4, 2013 in the Heartland Chapel of Stettler Funeral Home with Reverend Ross Helgeton officiating.“The majority of working moms and dads don’t have the flexibility we have at Practice.” Pennsylvania actually ranks among the lowest in the country for workplace policies that are family-friendly, according to a 2016 report from the National Partnership for Women and Families, because the state offers no regulations for private-sector workers that go beyond federal law.(The federal Family and Medical Leave Act requires private-sector companies to offer employees unpaid leave, but it covers just over half of private-sector employees, in part because the law only applies to companies with 50 or more employees.) In Philadelphia, City Councilman Bobby Henon is developing a plan for a bill that would offer up to 12 weeks of paid leave to private-sector employees.Client success specialist K’Shelle Waller says that when Hazel comes in, it’s a “special treat.” She’s become the office baby.
Foote knows her situation — what can be a blessing and a curse — is rare, that most mother-workers could only dream of such accommodation, such acceptance.
Henon’s chief of staff, Courtney Voss, said Henon hopes to introduce it this spring.