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It’s Time for a Workforce Disclosure Reset Report
Workers at a furniture manufacturer sew personal protective equipment (PPE) on March 30, 2020, in Illinois. (Getty/Scott Olson)

It’s Time for a Workforce Disclosure Reset

The current moment demands that the SEC add specific human capital metrics to its current disclosure regime to provide investors, other market participants, and the public reliable, consistent, and comparable information about companies’ management of their workers.

Alexandra Thornton, Caius Z. Willingham

Preparing Students of Color for the Future Workforce Report

Preparing Students of Color for the Future Workforce

Community members in Indiana and New Mexico provide context on how Black, Latinx, and Indigenous students should be fully prepared for the future workforce.

Ashley Jeffrey, Laura Jimenez

A Multiple Measures Approach to Workforce Equity Report
RIVERSIDE, CA -- APRIL 28: Associates fill orders for both Ralphs and Food 4 Less grocery stores at the Ralphs Distribution Center on Tuesday, April 28, 2020, in Riverside, CA. The 80 acre, 1.2 million square feet, full service distribution center employing 1100 workers took on more product after automated warehouses couldn't keep up with the spike in demand after restaurants were shuttered. (Gary Coronado / Los Angeles Times via Getty Images)

A Multiple Measures Approach to Workforce Equity

Policymakers can take a bold approach to close equity gaps by redesigning workforce accountability to focus on job quality while addressing problems that disproportionately affect workers of color.

Livia Lam

Building a Strong Middle Class Through Career Pathways Programs Report
Vietnamese nursing trainees are received at the Rostock University Medical Center in Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Rostock, September 2019. (Vietnamese nursing trainees are received at the Rostock University Medical Center in Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Rostock, September 2019.)

Building a Strong Middle Class Through Career Pathways Programs

The United States can raise academic outcomes, lower youth unemployment, and strengthen its economy by following the leads of Germany, Singapore, and Switzerland in training their youth for in-demand jobs.

Laura Jimenez

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