As the national conversation on paid leave moves further to center stage with a recent bill introduced in Congress and President Obama’s executive memorandum, an overwhelming majority of employers say they already give some sort of paid time off to full-time employees, but fewer employers are offering paid time off for caregivers.

In the U.S., 99% of employers with 50 or more employees say have some form of time off with pay for their full-time employees, according to new data from the Families and Work Institute and the Society for Human Resource Management.

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