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The Affordable Care Act: A Family-Friendly Policy

Septermber 11, 2014

Business As Usual: New Jersey Employers’ Experiences with Family Leave Insurance

June 2014, Sharon Lerner and Eileen Appelbaum

Women, Working Families, and Unions

June 2014, Janelle Jones, John Schmitt, and Nicole Woo

Documenting the Need for a National Paid Family and Medical Leave Program: Evidence from the 2012 FMLA Survey

June 2014, Helene Jorgensen and Eileen Appelbaum

A College Degree is No Guarantee

May 2014, Janelle Jones and John Schmitt

Expanding Family and Medical Leave to Small Firms

April 2014, Helene Jorgensen and Eileen Appelbaum

The Economic Importance of Women’s Rising Hours of Work: Time to Update Employment Standards

April 2014, Eileen Appelbaum, Heather Boushey, and John Schmitt

The Trade Deficit: The Biggest Obstacle to Full Employment

March 2014, Dean Baker

Getting Back to Full Employment

March 2014, Dean Baker and Jared Bernstein

Good for Business? Connecticut’s Paid Sick Leave Law

March 2014, Eileen Appelbaum, Ruth Milkman, Luke Elliott, and Teresa Kroeger

Union Advantage for Black Workers

February 2014, Janelle Jones and John Schmitt

Expanding Federal Family and Medical Leave Coverage: Who Benefits from Changes in Eligibility Requirements?

February 5, 2014, Helene Jorgensen and Eileen Appelbaum

Job Protection Isn’t Enough: Why America Needs Paid Parental Leave

December 2013, Heather Boushey, Jane Farrell, and John Schmitt

Women Workers and Unions

December 2013, John Schmitt and Nicole Woo

No-Vacation Nation Revisited

May 2013, Rebecca Ray, Milla Sanes, and John Schmitt

Making Jobs Good

April 2013, John Schmitt and Janelle Jones

The Human Capital Dimensions of Sustainable Investment: What Investment Analysts Need to Know

March 2013, Thomas Kochan, Eileen Appelbaum, Carrie Leana, and Jody Hoffer Gittell

Awareness of California’s Paid Family Leave Program Remains Limited, Especially Among Those Who Would Benefit From It Most

November 2011, Eileen Appelbaum and Ruth Milkman*

High-Performance Work Practices and Sustainable Economic Growth
April 2011, Eileen Appelbaum, Jody Hoffer Gittell, Carrie Leana

Leaves That Pay: Employer and Worker Experiences With Paid Family Leave in California

January 2011, Eileen Appelbaum and Ruth Milkman

Hard Work in the Public Sector

October 2010, Hye Jin Rho

Half in Ten: Why Taking Disability into Account is Essential to Reducing Income Poverty and Expanding Economic Inclusion
September 2009, Shawn Fremstad

Paid Sick Days Don't Cause Unemployment
June 2009, John Schmitt, Hye Jin Rho, Alison Earle, and Jody Heymann

Contagion Nation: A Comparison of Paid Sick Day Policies in 22 Countries
May 2009, Jody Heymann, Hye Jin Rho, John Schmitt, and Alison Earle

Economics and Politics of Work-Family Policy: The Case for a State Family Leave Insurance Program
Spring 2009, Karen White and Eileen Appelbaum

Workplace Innovation and Labor Policy Leadership: A Challenge to Business, Labor, and Government
April 2009, Thomas A. Kochan, Eileen Appelbaum, Jody Hoffer Gittell, Carrie Leana, and Richard A. Gephardt

Unions and Upward Mobility for Service-Sector Workers
April 2009, John Schmitt

Using Recovery Act Funds to Improve Direct Care Jobs and the Quality of Direct Care Services
March 2009, Shawn Fremstad

Dropping the Ax: Illegal Firings During Union Election Campaigns, 1951-2007
March 2009, John Schmitt and Ben Zipperer

Measuring Poverty and Economic Inclusion
December 2008, Shawn Fremstad

Unions and Upward Mobility for Young Workers
October 2008, John Schmitt

Unions and Upward Mobility for Latino Workers
September 2008, John Schmitt

Parental Leave Policies in 21 Countries: Assessing Generosity and Gender Equality
September 2008, Rebecca Ray, Janet C. Gornick and John Schmitt

Slow-Motion Recession: What Congress Can Do to Help

July 2008, Eileen Appelbaum, Dean Baker and John Schmitt

Access to Driving and License Suspension Policies for the Twenty-First Century Economy
July 2008, Sandra Gustitus, Melody Simmons, and Margy Waller

Work-Life Policies for the Twenty-First Century Economy
June 2008, Heather Boushey, Layla Moughari, Sarah Sattelmeyer, and Margy Waller

Working Families and Economic Insecurity in the States: The Role of Job Quality and Work Supports

May 2008, Shawn Fremstad, Rebecca Ray and Hye Jin Rho

The Decline in African-American Representation in Unions and Manufacturing, 1979-2007

February 2008, John Schmitt and Ben Zipperer

Movin’ On Up: Reforming America’s Social Contract to Provide a Bridge to the Middle Class
February 2008, Shawn Fremstad, Rebecca Ray, Liz Chimienti, and John Schmitt

The Need for an Economic Stimulus Package

January 2008, Eileen Appelbaum, Dean Baker and John Schmitt

Opting Out? The Effect of Children on Women's Employment in the United States
January 2008, Heather Boushey

Bridging the Gaps: A Picture of How Work Supports Work in Ten States
October 2007, Randy Albelda and Heather Boushey, with Elizabeth Chimienti, Rebecca Ray, and Ben Zipperer

Unions and Upward Mobility for Low-Wage Workers
August 2007, John Schmitt, Margy Waller, Shawn Fremstad and Ben Zipperer

Job Tenure and Firm Size Provisions Exclude Many Young Parents from Family and Medical Leave
June 2007, Heather Boushey and John Schmitt

No-Vacation Nation

May 2007, Rebecca Ray and John Schmitt

Understanding Low-Wage Work in the United States

March 2007, Heather Boushey, Shawn Fremstad, Rachel Gragg, Margy Waller

Whatever Happened to the American Jobs Machine?
October 2006, John Schmitt

Book Review: "Selling Women Short"
October 2006, Heather Boushey

Tag-Team Parenting
August 2006, Heather Boushey

Analysis of NY 'Fair Share for Health Care' Bill
May 2006, John Schmitt

Researchers' Letter to Congress Opposing the Elimination of the SIPP (2006)
March 2006

Impact of Proposed Minimum-Wage Increase on Low-income Families

December 2005, Heather Boushey and John Schmitt

Are Women Opting Out? Debunking the Myth
November 2005, Heather Boushey

How Good is the Economy at Creating Good Jobs?

October 2005, John Schmitt

Student Debt: Bigger and Bigger
September 2005, Heather Boushey

Gender Bias in the Current Economic Recovery?: Declining Employment Rates for Women in the 21st Century
August 2005, Heather Boushey, David Rosnick, and Dean Baker

Clearing the Path to Unemployment Insurance for Low-Wage Workers
August 2005, Andrew Stettner, Heather Boushey and Jeff Wenger

Family-Friendly Policies: Boosting Mothers' Wages
April 2005, Heather Boushey

When Done Right, Work Supports Work: Medicaid and Mothers' Employment and Wages
March 2005, Heather Boushey

The Effects on Employment and Wages When Medicaid and Child Care Subsidies are No Longer Available
January 2005, Heather Boushey

A House Divided: How Welfare Reform Pits Working Families Against the Nonworking Poor
Fall 2004, Heather Boushey

Recent Job Loss Hits the African-American Middle Class Hard
October 2004, John Schmitt

Plunging Employment: Blame Mom?
June 2004, Dean Baker and Heather Boushey

Who Cares? The Child Care Choices of Working Mothers
May 2003, Heather Boushey

Give Me a Break: The Extent of Paid Holidays and Vacation
September 2002, Helene Jorgensen