Employees don't earn profits, they earn wages."Their profits" lol. Ownership and/or management of a company does not guarantee you more rights to profits than the employees that earned them.
They shouldn't.Okay, but I still contend that without the collective bargaining process or a mandate, most workers whose employers do not already offer paid parental leave will have little to no chance of getting it.
As it should. Mandatory paid parental leave would discourage hiring young women.It can be worthwhile for them, but oftentimes expending more money than what is legally necessary on your employees means that you are being more generous to your employees than competitors and therefore bringing in less profits. This system discourages the existence of paid parental leave entirely in some cases.
That's called taxation and it's constitutional , so yes.So you support the idea of mandating companies to pay money to the government,
No, valid contracts require due consideration. Mandating random personally variable non-cash social benefits result in skewed hiring preferences which is unfair to the very people this idea purports to help.but oppose the idea of government mandating companies to spend money on their employees?