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Fast Facts on Who Has Access to Paid Time Off and Flexibility

paid leave worker article icon Fact Sheet All workers need time away from work at some point, but access to paid days off is uneven. New Center for American Progress research shows who is most likely to have access to time off.

by Sarah Jane Glynn, Heather Boushey, Peter Berg, Danielle Corley | Tuesday, April 26, 2016

Who Gets Time Off?

factory worker Latina book_alt2 icon Report Every worker has the potential need for paid leave and workplace flexibility, but access is uneven. Policymakers must ensure that all workers can care for themselves and their families while staying employed.

by Sarah Jane Glynn, Heather Boushey, Peter Berg | Tuesday, April 26, 2016

What’s Keeping Women’s Pay in the Mad Men Era?

play_alt icon Video Today, the average woman who works full-time, year-round earns 79 cents to every dollar earned by men. What’s behind the wage gap?

by Andrew Satter, Sarah Jane Glynn, Kaitlin Holmes | Tuesday, April 12, 2016

The Gender Wage Gap and Women’s Retirement Security Go Hand in Hand

Sarah Jane Glynn and Christian Weller discuss how the gender wage gap plays into women’s economic insecurity in retirement.

by Sarah Jane Glynn and Christian E. Weller | Monday, April 11, 2016

Fast Facts: Economic Security for South Carolina Families

Workers prepare peaches article icon Fact Sheet The right policies can go a long way toward helping all South Carolina women gain economic security.

by Ryan Erickson, Sarah Jane Glynn, Heidi Williamson | Thursday, February 18, 2016

Fast Facts: Economic Security for Nevada Families

Las Vegas, Nevada family article icon Fact Sheet The right policies can go a long way toward helping Nevada women gain economic security.

by Ryan Erickson, Sarah Jane Glynn, Heidi Williamson | Tuesday, February 16, 2016

Women and Families’ Economic Security in New Hampshire

New Hampshire shoppers article icon Issue Brief Women have been central to New Hampshire’s economic growth, and more must be done to support women’s labor force participation.

by Sarah Jane Glynn, Brendan Duke, Danielle Corley | Friday, January 29, 2016

Administering Paid Family and Medical Leave

Three generations of women book_alt2 icon Report Policymakers have a number of options for how to administer an efficient and affordable national paid leave program that uses the best-proven elements of existing programs in the states and abroad.

by Sarah Jane Glynn | Thursday, November 19, 2015

Women and Families’ Economic Security in Iowa

Nurse and student article icon Issue Brief Women have been central to Iowa’s economic growth, and more must be done to support women’s labor force participation.

by Sarah Jane Glynn and Brendan Duke | Thursday, November 5, 2015

State Paid Leave Administration

Baby girl with family book_alt2 icon Report This report outlines key considerations for states interested in developing paid family and medical leave programs.

by Sarah Jane Glynn | Wednesday, September 30, 2015

Fast Facts: Economic Security for North Carolina Families

Child and mother article icon Fact Sheet The right policies can go a long way toward helping North Carolina women gain economic security.

by Ryan Erickson, Sarah Jane Glynn, Heidi Williamson | Thursday, September 24, 2015

Every worker, not just those at Netflix, deserves paid family leave

In the wake of Netflix's recent announcement, Sarah Jane Glynn discusses the need for and benefits of paid parental leave.

by Sarah Jane Glynn | Wednesday, August 12, 2015

Fast Facts: Economic Security for Iowa Families

Iowa family article icon Fact Sheet The right policies can go a long way toward helping Iowa women gain economic security.

by Ryan Erickson, Sarah Jane Glynn, Heidi Williamson | Thursday, July 30, 2015

Fast Facts: Economic Security for Ohio Families

Ohio career fair article icon Fact Sheet The right policies can go a long way toward helping Ohio women gain economic security.

by Ryan Erickson, Sarah Jane Glynn, Heidi Williamson | Thursday, July 16, 2015

INFOGRÁFICA: Aumentar El Salario Mínimo Tendría El Impacto Más Significativo En Las Mujeres Trabajadoras

Es un hecho indiscutible que una persona que trabaje al tiempo completo ganado el salario mínimo federal de $7,25 por hora ganara $15,080 al año, por debajo de la línea federal de pobreza para cualquier hogar con niños

by Sarah Jane Glynn | Thursday, April 30, 2015