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SHOWING: Images of Work and Family
by Caitlin Cater on October 24, 2016
On Sept. 27, the Women’s Bureau hosted its second annual Paid Family and Medical Leave Findings Symposium. Researchers, policymakers, and advocates from around the country gathered to discuss new research related to paid family and medical leave in the United States.
Massachusetts: Leading the Way on Equal Pay
by Jackie Cooke on August 4, 2016
This was truly a historic week in Massachusetts. After decades of work and coalition building, the state legislature unanimously passed the strongest equal pay law in the country.
by Joan Farrelly-Harrigan on February 26, 2016
As Black History Month comes to a close and Women’s History Month begins, it’s a good time to take a look at the progress we’ve made toward equality in the workplace for black women and the challenges they still face.
#ApprenticeshipWorks for Women
by Connie Ashbrook November 5, 2015
The Women’s Bureau recognizes that there are many women with the desire and aptitude to pursue careers in fields where they have traditionally been under represented.
Celebrating Hispanic Women in the Labor Force
by Michelle Vaca October 6, 2015
For nearly 50 years, Sept. 15th has marked the beginning of a national celebration of Hispanic heritage in the United States.
What ADA Means to Women: Dismantling Barriers to Inspire a Brighter Future
by Kelly Jenkins-Pultz August 7, 2015
The Women’s Bureau held a “Women and the Americans with Disabilities Act” webinar highlighting issues women with disabilities face in the workplace.
95 Years of Working for Women: A Brief History of the Women’s Bureau
by Jane Walstedt July 1, 2015
This summer marks the 95th anniversary of the U.S. Department of Labor’s Women’s Bureau, where I have worked since 1974.