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Of the $150B in raises workers have secured, $76B has gone to workers of color and $70B to women workers.
The report calls for a stronger federal role and permanent reforms to UI benefits to better sustain families.
Of the 347,000 Georgians receiving jobless aid, nearly two in three will abruptly lose all of it.
Voters want lawmakers to make it harder for companies to shed responsibility for their workers by calling them “independent contractors.”
NY’s legislature and Gov. Cuomo announced a historic deal to fix the state’s worst-in-the-nation unemployment insurance rules for part-time work.
These abrupt and misguided cutoffs in GOP-led states will hurt millions of workers and families and set back economic recovery.
14 states have adopted comprehensive COVID worker safety protections so far.
Though its supporters are selling this “Right to Bargain Act” as a novel form of bargaining in the app-based economy,(…)
Frontline workers of color continue to be more impacted by COVID-19.