Author: Emily Johnson
On September 21, 2022, Missouri Foundation for Health, in partnership with Jobs with Justice, hosted a gathering of national and state advocates of paid family leave and paid sick leave to discuss IPP’s research about the availability of such programs in Missouri and opportunities to advance those policies.
Emily Johnson (IPP Associate Director), Rachel Dicke (IPP Consultant), and Sara Gable (IPP Director) presented the findings from the recently completed project Research on Paid Leave in Missouri.
The project was funded by Missouri Foundation for Health and conducted by Emily Johnson, MS, Adrienne Ohler, Ph.D., Rachel Dicke, Ph.D., Sara Gable, Ph.D,, and Adam Thorpe, MPA.
For a complete description of Research on Paid Leave in Missouri and its findings, see the full report.
Summary briefs of the study can be found at:
- Paid Sick Leave in the U.S.: Summary
- The Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA) Access and Utilization in Missouri: Summary
- Prospects for Expanded Paid Sick Leave Mandates in Missouri: Summary
- Estimating Lack of Access to Paid Leave and Use of Paid Leave Among Workers Employed in Missouri: Summary
- Estimating Public and Private Sector Missouri Workers’ Lack of Access to Paid Leave: Summary
- Cost-Benefit Analysis of a 3/5 Paid Sick Leave Proposal for Missouri: Summary