Anne Ladky, Executive Director of Women Employed, has been fighting for women’s employment and educational advancements for decades. Even as many of the issues she’s dedicated her career to advocating for — pregnant workers’ rights, equal pay and paid leave —… Read More ›
During his State of the Union address last month, President Obama introduced a proposal to offer tuition-free community college for students who attend school at least half time, keep their grade point average above 2.5, and make steady progress toward… Read More ›
Letting a pregnant cashier sit on a stool. Allowing a pregnant worker to carry a water bottle as she stocks shelves. These things seem like common sense—but in many states, employers deny pregnant workers these simple, reasonable accommodations.