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This Pregnant Netflix Employee Won't Get Any Paid Maternity Leave - ThinkProgress

Last week, Netflix announced that it would expand its paid family leave policy to give new parents unlimited time off during the first year after the arrival of a new baby. But not all employees will benefit. As the Huffington Post first reported , only salaried employees in the streaming division will get the new coverage. those who work in the DVD segment won’t be included, nor will those working in corporate customer service. That’s a big disappointment for Jessica, a customer service representative making $13 an hour. She’s currently pregnant and will have a difficult time supporting her other children when her baby arrives. “I will work until I pop,” she told ThinkProgress in an email. “I don’t have a choice. ” She has to take time off every so often for pain or sickness related to the pregnancy, but when she does she doesn’t get paid for those hours. When her baby comes, she plans to take six weeks of unpaid leave and go right back afterward. “Taking even the six weeks off is going to put a strain on my family,” she said. “I will heavily rely on my family for financial assistance during this time but I’m doing everything I can now to not have to do so. ”. She and another customer service representative who wished to remain anonymous both said they haven’t received... Netflix could not be immediately reached for comment. A spokesperson told the Huffington Post that DVD employees are excluded because it is a separate segment of the business. Jessica is frustrated by the two-tiered policy. “Of course I think it’s unfair,” she said. “I should get the same perks. Especially for something like this. ” That’s why she decided to sign a petition on Coworker. org asking the company to extend the leave to all employees. The petition had more than 7,000 signatures as of Wednesday morning. Netflix’s policy mirrors what happens in the rest of the country when it comes to paid family leave. Just 12 percent of people working in the private sector get the benefit at work, but even that is skewed by income. Low-income and part-time workers are even less likely than their higher-income and full-time peers to get paid parental leave. Professional workers are also a lot more likely to get it than people in service jobs. Jessica knows what can happen without paid leave. She had to take off from previous jobs for her other. Source: thinkprogress.org

New Workouts: 'Pregnancy Yoga' - Arkansas Online

Title: Pregnancy Yoga (New Shoot Pictures, June). Presenter: Nadia Narain is accredited as a senior yoga teacher by Yoga Alliance UK and a doula. She has trained a few celebrities, who like to say good things about her (nadianarain. What is it. A 16:9 wide-screen DVD with yoga and relaxation sequences meant to leave a pregnant woman feeling "strong and soft, grounded and fluid. Can't fathers-to-be use it. Every section opens with the woman placing her hands over her swollen belly to imagine holding the little being hidden inside, which would be awkward for Dad to reproduce without killing the mood. Format: 120 minutes divided among a 48-second introduction. three more-than-20-minute flowing yoga practices. six brief stand-alone chapters:. Breathing, for relaxation, 5:30 minutes, as well as Golden Thread Breathing, four minutes of focusing on taking longer to exhale. Then there's Visualization, 4:30 minutes of imagining the baby in "the correct position to make a gentle entry into the world. Long Time Sun is four minutes of sitting on the floor holding your tummy while a song of that title plays. Birth Affirmation is less than three minutes in which Narain says sentences a woman can repeat to herself during labor: "My pelvis opens and releases with ease. Savasana involves lying quietly on your left side for six minutes while she says more calming things. Finally come two minutes about doulas and what they do and then the credits. What are the practices like. All are calm, flowing, full-body sequences of subtly modified but familiar yoga postures with an emphasis on hip rotation and cat-and-cow-like back motions. No posture is held long. in each practice, you shift among sitting cross-legged to resting on all fours to standing and back again. Narain's continual voiceover is pleasant, and she includes helpful suggestions that could limit the risk of possible joint damage due to overly flexible ligaments. It helps that the disc was shot in London and she has a British accent. The first practice has the extra bonus of working Kegels into its flowing sequences including downward facing dog and child's pose. Practice 3 is suggested for women having pelvic discomfort and includes hamstring and gluteal stretching postures and. Source: www.arkansasonline.com

'Wild West,' 'Man From U.N.C.L.E.,' 'I Love Lucy' on Blu-ray, DVD - Deseret News

(Athena/DVD, 2014, two discs, eight episodes, text profiles of women of the West. 16-page booklet). Southern Utah desert landscapes are a highlight of this eight-part documentary miniseries from British wilderness expert Ray Mears, who traces pioneer treks through the Appalachian Mountains and across the Rockies. Mears is affable, and the show is interesting and beautifully photographed, though there’s nothing new here for history buffs. And he tends to lean toward the more sensational and therefore better-known historical incidents, such as the Donner Party, Butch Cassidy and the Geronimo wars. The half-hour episodes are “The First Settlers,” “Furs and the Mountain Men,” “The Wagon Trains,” “Homesteaders and Cowboys,” “Plains, Indians & Buffalo,” “Gold and the Boomtowns,” “Bandits” and “The Desert Indians. (Warner/DVD, 1964-65, b/w, 10 discs, 29 episodes. four-page booklet). Just in time for the “Man From U. N. C. L. E. ” reboot (in theaters next Friday) comes the first season of this campy spy spoof, a cult-favorite TV series from the 1960s starring Robert Vaughn, David McCallum and Leo G. Carroll. Guests include Anne Francis, Robert Culp, Carroll O’Connor, a young Kurt Russell, and William Shatner and Leonard Nimoy in the same episode. This is a bare-bones first-season set for those who couldn’t afford the complete-series box seven years ago, so there are no bonus features. For example, you won’t find the extended color pilot here, though it is available in the series set and in the “U. N. C. L. E. ” movies set. To my mind, however, this season is actually superior to the color seasons that followed. (And note how McCallum goes from supporting player to partner as the season progresses. (CBS/Paramount/Blu-ray, 1952-53, b/w, five discs, 31 episodes, options for watching with or without original commercials, audio commentary, colorized episode, three-episode “movie,” clips from “Stars in the Eye” and “The Red Skelton Show,” “My... This remastered Blu-ray release is obviously for die-hard “Lucy” fans and the episodes do look great. Included is the classic chocolates-on-the-conveyor-belt episode, as well as the arc of shows about Lucy’s pregnancy and early motherhood. (Disney/DVD, 2015, featurettes, bloopers). Disney’s musical riff on “Once Upon a Time” focuses exclusively on characters from the studio’s animated films, led. Source: www.deseretnews.com

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