While U.S. vehicle manufacturers wring their hands over escalating health-care costs, an auto workers’ union half way around the world has a new proposal that surely has feminists wondering where they went wrong. The Australian Mfg. Workers Union is asking for 12 days paid menstrual leave each year for women workers at Toyota’s vehicle production plant in Melbourne. The request is being rolled into bargaining for a new 3-year contract with the auto maker that covers about 4,000 workers, ...
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