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Today’s Women Workers: Shut Out of Yesterday’s Unemployment Insurance System

A look at the unequal distribution of unemployment insurance and flaws in the system that prevent women from receiving earned benefits.

By |2020-12-19T15:17:13-04:00April 30, 2001|IWPR|Comments Off on Today’s Women Workers: Shut Out of Yesterday’s Unemployment Insurance System

The Georgia Unemployment Insurance System: Overcoming Barriers For Low-Wage, Part-Time & Women Workers

The Georgia unemployment insurance (UI) system is not working to meet its basic goal of providing a modest measure of income support to temporarily unemployed working families.

By |2020-11-11T22:03:35-04:00November 30, 2000|IWPR|Comments Off on The Georgia Unemployment Insurance System: Overcoming Barriers For Low-Wage, Part-Time & Women Workers

UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE AND WELFARE REFORM: Fair Access to Economic Supports for Low-Income Working Women

Unemployment Insurance (UI) is not fully accessible to women and low-wage workers, and this unequal access particularly disadvantages welfare recipients.

By |2021-01-07T02:19:20-04:00November 30, 2000|IWPR|Comments Off on UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE AND WELFARE REFORM: Fair Access to Economic Supports for Low-Income Working Women

Paid Family and Medical Leave: Supporting Working Families in Illinois

Recent initiatives to expand and enact paid family and medical leave programs have been inspired by the dramatic decline in the proportion of families with a full-time caregiver (wife and mother) at home.

By |2020-11-15T00:49:22-04:00September 6, 2000|IWPR|Comments Off on Paid Family and Medical Leave: Supporting Working Families in Illinois
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