Flexible Work
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Child Labor

Many workers, especially low-wage workers, aren’t getting key benefits they want—such as paid leave and predictable schedules—because lawmakers are letting companies and employers get away with anti-worker practices. Read the report

Two major shifts are occurring in U.S. workers’ attitudes toward labor unions: the rise of workers who are interested in, but unsure about, unions and an emerging generation gap between younger and older workers. Read the report

Lawmakers in 20 states and the District of Columbia introduced bills to strengthen protections for children in the workplace and improve child labor laws, and governors in seven states signed those stronger protections into law. Read more

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