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Special Collection

Special Collection
December 2015

Employment and Domestic Violence

This collection includes key documents on DV as a barrier to work, DV in the workplace, employment discrimination, employment leave, job training, living wage, media messaging, minimum wage, and unemployment.

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  • General Material
January 2017

State Minimum Wages

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This table lists the states with minimum wages higher than the federal minimum wage. State wage amounts are also provided.
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  • General Material
January 2017

Minimum Wage Laws in the States

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This websites provides data on the minimum wage in every state in the US.
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  • General Material
September 2015

The Gender Wage Gap: 2014

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This fact sheet shows that the ratio of women's to men's median weekly earnings for full-time workers was 78.6 in 2014, making the gender wage gap for full-time/year-round workers 21.4 percent.
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September 2015

The Cost of Doing Nothing: The Price We All Pay Without Paid Leave Policies to Support America’s 21st Century Working Families

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This report details the state of paid leave; associated costs to workers, families, businesses, and the nation; and recommendations for further research into the issue of paid leave.
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  • General Material
July 2015

State Employment-Related Discrimination Statutes

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This matrix lists for each state: the employment discrimination statute; covered employees; factors on which employment discrimination is prohibited; compensatory damages; punitive damages; attorney fees; and other relief.
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  • Training Tools
April 2015

This Workplace is a DV-Free Zone: Creating a Policy That Successfully Addresses DV in the Workplace

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The webinar reviews the importance of having a policy that addresses situations where the employee is either a victim or a perpetrator of domestic violence, sexual violence, dating violence, or stalking; principles that inform an effective policy; and features of Legal Momentum’s model policy.
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  • General Material
April 2015

10 Principles for the Workplace

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These 10 principles were developed by a national coalition of employer, labor, and government organizations and define a set of standards to guide workplace responses to domestic violence.
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  • General Material
April 2015

Human Trafficking and Immigration Rights

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This brief report covers topics including barriers to accessing immigration remedies for trafficked persons and increased vulnerability of workers that lack immigration protections. It also outlines recommendations regarding access to legal immigration status.
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March 2015

African American Women and the Wage Gap

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This fact sheet evidences that even in states with large populations of employed African American women, rampant wage disparities persist – with potentially devastating consequences for African American women and their families.
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  • General Material
March 2015

Latinas and the Wage Gap

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This fact sheet details the wage gap for Latinas by state, describes the implications of the wage gap for Latinas, and presents statistics on the public’s overwhelming support for fair pay policies.
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  • General Material
February 2015

The Family and Medical Leave Act at 22: 200 Million Reasons to Celebrate and Move Forward

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This report recognizes the achievements of the Family and Medical Leave Act, while addressing a number of gaps that still exist in the law. It also calls for public policy solutions to strengthen and improve the FMLA and address family and work needs.