Issue Brief Allowing workers to enroll in either a collective defined-contribution plan or a Thrift Savings Plan would ensure all Americans have access to a quality retirement plan, significantly boosting savings and security while at the same time helping to ensure workers can retire with dignity.
Report Social Security Cares builds on the dynamic history of Social Security reform to meet the American workforce’s changing needs as well as the recent state efforts to make sure that the program includes all workers who need access to such benefits.
By advancing the interests of the middle class in the workplace and in our democracy, unions help build and strengthen the middle class.
New U.S. Census Bureau data demonstrate that the income inequality gap is widening, which should prompt Congress to move on job-creating legislation.
New data reveal that more and more employers are offering equal health benefits for same-sex partners and spouses.
Fact sheet by Sarah Jane Glynn explains the importance of child care for families.
Fact sheet by Sarah Jane Glynn explains the importance of paid family and medical leave to help U.S. workers make ends meet.
Fact sheet by Sarah Jane Glynn and Joanna Venator explains the importance of workplace flexibility for businesses and the economy.
Sarah Jane Glynn gives the key facts you need to know about unequal pay and how it affects women.
Fact sheet by Jane Farrell and Joanna Venator explains the importance of paid sick days for U.S. employees and employers.
Issue Brief Kysie Miao reviews the history of performance-based funding in higher education at the state level.
Sophia Kerby and Crosby Burns explain why a diverse workforce is necessary to meet the needs of an increasingly diverse marketplace.
Issue Brief Crosby Burns, Kimberly Barton, and Sophia Kerby examine the state and strength of diversity in the U.S. workforce, specifically the number and proportion of people of color, women, gay and transgender individuals, and people with disabilities in the workforce today.
Alex Lach lists five important factors about the overseas outsourcing industry and how it affects American workers.
Blocking labor abuses report just the latest gambit by international employers seeking to roll back workers’ rights, says Jordan Bernhardt.