The United States needs federal leadership to ensure that it has a civil justice system that works for all Americans.
Workers in highly concentrated labor markets need stronger antitrust enforcement and labor protections.
The final Thinking CAP podcast revisits Daniella and Ed's discussion with AFSCME President Lee Saunders about the labor movement
The U.S. Department of Labor is trying to undermine nondiscrimination protections for employees of federal contractors—a move that would harm millions of workers, including countless LGBTQ people.
Power within corporations has shifted away from Main Street in favor of Wall Street, but collective bargaining, competition, tax fairness, and corporate long-termism can help American capitalism do better.
Policymakers must work to combat the many forms of structural racism that continue to disadvantage African Americans in the rural South.
Author David Madland describes how broader-based bargaining will require increasing union power, promoting contract extensions, and establishing wage boards.
Author David Madland explains how a recently reintroduced bill would ensure that state and local government workers can join a union and collectively bargain.
Ed and Daniella sit down with Charlotte Clymer, press secretary for rapid response at the Human Rights Campaign, and CAP's Laura Durso, to discuss the likely passage of the Equality Act in the House of Representatives.
The share of U.S. breadwinning mothers remains high, and the United States needs work-family policies that catch up to modern families’ needs.
Forced arbitration agreements make it harder for workers and consumers to challenge predatory practices, wage theft, and discrimination.
Federal lawmakers can support America’s 21st-century competitiveness by ensuring that any federal infrastructure plan invests in good jobs.
Karla Walter and David Madland explain how federal lawmakers can reverse the decadeslong trend of declining unionization rates.
State lawmakers can boost wages and encourage entrepreneurship by restricting noncompete and no-poaching agreements.
This week, Daniella and Ed chat with AFSCME President Lee Saunders about the state of unions in the United States, particularly the rising popularity of unions among young people.