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November 2007

Most Low-Income Parents are Employed

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This sheet shows that most children in low-income families have parents employed full-time and year round, and that many low-income parents are unable to find full-time, year-round work. It also addresses the concentration of low-income workers in the service industry.
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January 2007

Domestic Violence in the Workplace

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This article by a nursing student describes a study of intimate partner violence that either occurred in the workplace or that directly impacted the victim’s work.
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May 2006

Citywide Minimum Wage Laws: a New Policy tool for Local Governments

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Initial research and impact of these measures on local workers, businesses and communities is also reviewed. Differences with living wage and our wage legislation are covered.
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January 2005

Employment Discrimination Against Abused Women

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This document provides Q&A explaining legal definitions of sex discrimination, sexual harassment, and wrongful discharge. Action steps involving possible legal remedies are briefly outlined.
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January 2005

Intimate Partner Violence, Employment, and the Workplace

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This article is a literature review on violence against women and employment. It includes information on types of job interference tactics by perpetrators, employer responses and attitudes, consequences for employers, and survivor responses. Available from: Contact the NRCDV at 1-800-537-2238; 1-800-553-2508 (TTY).  
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  • Training Tools
January 2005

For an Economy that Works for All: A tool kit for advocates for low-wage workers - Part Two: Advocacy

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This tool kit includes data on low-wage workers, fact sheets on work and child poverty, reports on public perceptions of poor people and the economy, suggested messages, descriptions of framing, and a guide for journalists on how to talk about low-wage work.
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October 2004

Impact of Intimate Partner Violence on Women's Labor Force Participation, Final Report

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This study assesses the impact of intimate partner violence (IPV) on labor force participation of welfare recipients and examines whether change in economic status affects violence levels.
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October 2004

Addressing Domestic Violence as a Barrier to Work: Building Collaborations between Domestic Violence Service Providers and Employment Services Agencies

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The report describes and recommends practices including collaboration, training, and screening/referral.
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  • General Material
October 2004

Self-Sufficiency and Safety: The Case for Onsite Domestic Violence Services at Employment Services Agencies

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This report highlights some of the barriers to employment that many domestic violence survivors experience, service needs, and outcomes.
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September 2004

Hidden Slaves: Forced Labor in the United States

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September 2004

Economic Resource Connections for Battered Women: A Collaborative Community Approach

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This newsletter features Her Will, Inc. It describes their approach to establishing and maintaining resource connections for battered women and their families. A list of BCS papers on job opportunities and training for battered women is also included.
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July 2004

Women at Work: Looking Behind the Numbers

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It includes statistics on women in the workplace as well as EEOC data on various forms of discrimination from FY1992 to FY2003.