Sarah Jane Glynn and Jane Farrell explain why Latinos should have equal access to paid leave and workplace flexibility.
Issue Brief Latinos are the least likely of any population group in America to have access to paid sick days, paid leave, and workplace flexibility.
Issue Brief Paid leave and workplace flexibility policies would go a long way to help bring our nation up to speed and would allow working mothers and fathers to be both good workers and good parents.
Issue Brief Policymakers need to enact policies that require employers to provide their workers with paid leave and workplace flexibility.
Issue Brief Workplace policies that improve employee retention can help companies reduce their employee turnover costs.
Issue Brief Implementing a paid leave program such as Social Security Cares would help bring the United States up to par relative to other nations’ labor standards, and it would help facilitate the dual roles of worker and caregiver that most adults will experience at some point in their lives.
California’s Paid Family Leave insurance program has been an unqualified success, and we should extend the same benefits to all workers.
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.
Sarah Jane Glynn gives the key facts you need to know about unequal pay and how it affects women.
Video Sarah Jane Glynn explains the benefits of implementing paid sick leave for our nation's workers.
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.
La representante Martha Roby (R-AL) ha propuesto una enmienda que les negaría los beneficios de asistencia nutricional a los estadounidenses que viven en hogares donde hay alguien que no pueda demostrar que tiene autorización para vivir en los Estados Unidos.
More than 80 percent of the children who would lose nutrition assistance benefits under a proposed Farm Bill amendment are Latino, writes Sarah Jane Glynn.