Working Families

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Working Families

A body which bills itself as the UK’s leading work-life balance organisation, helping working parents and carers and their employers find a better balance between home and work responsibilities. It has a free legal helpline that provides advice on employment rights to maternity and paternity leave, time off in an emergency and parental leave, and helps parents and carers negotiate flexible hours. It can also give basic advice on the benefits and tax credits that working parents can claim. Working Families’ research and campaigns seek to change the way people live and work, by interfacing with employers to support them in creating workplaces that encourage a better work-life balance.
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This isnt just unjust; it also severely hinders AAPI womens long-term financial growth and stability, hurts hardworking families, and is bad for the economy.
Every dollar donated through the Dolese Delivers Match provides meals for chronically hungry children, seniors living on limited incomes and hardworking families struggling to put food on the table.
Musgrave's Desi Derby said: "Our partnership with the hardworking families and producers who make our Fresh For You range has allowed us to be innovative and continually improve quality and drive value.
The policies in this bill will cut taxes for hardworking families and put our economy on a path of sustainable economic prosperity and job creation," it noted.
That's why I, along with Congressman Kind, introduced a bill to expand 529 plans and allow hardworking families to better plan ahead for the high costs of college.
But it's clear that cutting fuel duty would be an even bigger boost to hardworking families and businesses.
Dover MP Charlie Elphicke said: "Cutting fuel duty would be a boost to hardworking families and small businesses.
At a time which will prove distressing for the workers involved and their families it is crucial the best possible redundancy packages and retraining programmes are offered to those affected and it is vital the Welsh Government works closely with the company to ensure the impact is softened as much as possible on hardworking families.
This isn't about dry economics; this is about the economic security of hardworking families in Britain.
Returning to council tax, and we have been consistent in our pledge to put a little back in the pockets of hardworking families by freezing council tax bills.
Tax credits are not a luxury, but are quite simply a lifeline for hardworking families.
Labour say three million hardworking families will lose an average of PS1000 a year in Osborne's cuts.