On abortion access, employers have promises. They need plans.

Jennifer L'Estrange
June 30, 2022

Jen L’Estrange was quoted in a Los Angeles Times article speaking on how employers can turn their promises of support for abortion access into plans. She shares ways that companies can provide support to employees without employees having to directly request support for abortion access.

“I don’t know that people would feel comfortable calling someone up and saying, ‘Hey, I would like to make use of this new abortion leave’”

Jen L’Estrange

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