by Jourdin Batchelor This was an exciting year for the Institute [...]
An analysis by the Institute for Women’s Policy Research (IWPR) finds that approximately 45 percent of workers living in Orange County, Florida lack even a single paid sick day. This lack of access is even more pronounced among low-income and part-time workers.
By Claudia Williams On September 17, DC city councilmembers introduced [...]
Heading out this Valentine’s Day? Keep restaurant workers’ well-being in-mind. [...]
By Caroline Dobuzinskis In honor of Labor Day and the [...]
By Kevin Miller and Caroline Dobuzinskis Today the Bureau of [...]
By Andrea Lindemann GilliamThis blog was originally posted on the [...]
Paid Sick Days in Massachusetts Would Lower Health Care Costs by Reducing Unnecessary Emergency Department Visits
This fact sheet reports findings from research by the Institute for Women's Policy Research (IWPR) on how increased access to paid sick days would improve both access to health care and health outcomes in Massachusetts.
by Caroline Dobuzinskis, with Jocelyn Fischer and Rhiana Gunn-Wright. In [...]
This week, the Institute for Women’s Policy Research (IWPR) released [...]