Private businesses could choose to join the program. Supervisors try to accommodate workers who want to move their desks because they are unhappy with the possibility of an intermittently crying baby nearby, according to Dan Pouliot, deputy commissioner of human resources in Vermont. He said 20 parents have taken advantage of the program in the year it has been in place. State governments in Arizona, Kansas, Nevada, North Dakota and Washington allow some version of the babies in the workplace program. In New Hampshire, the local chapter of the Service Employees International Union, which represents state workers, slammed the small-bore nature of the program and called it fundamentally unfair. Povich Staff Writer Stateline. However, Pouliot said he knew of at least one employee who traded desks with a colleague to get farther away from a little interloper. A half-dozen states — California, Massachusetts, New Jersey, New York, Rhode Island and Washington — plus the District of Columbia, have paid family leave laws, ranging from four to 12 weeks and covering varying numbers of workers.
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