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Garcia Introduces the Supporting Older Workers Act
On October 8th, U.S. Representatives Marie Newman (D-IL-03), Suzanne Bonamici (D-OR-01), Don Beyer (D-VA-8) and Sylvia R. Garcia (D-TX-29) introduced the Supporting Older Workers Act, a new bill designed to improve and advance the employment, economic success and the well-being of America’s older workers.
A Conversation with U.S. Secretary of Labor Martin J. Walsh
Join us as Gary A. Officer, President & CEO of the Center for Workforce Inclusion, sits down with Secretary Walsh to discuss the Department of Labor's priorities and how the aging of our workforce impacts those priorities.
The Caregiving Crisis
Christian González-Rivera, Director of Strategic Policy Initiative at the Brookdale Center for Healthy Aging examines the long-lasting impact of caregiving on a woman's economic security as part of the Center for Workforce Inclusion's coverage of National Employ an Older Worker Week 2021.
Investing in Ourselves
Our board member, Angela S. Beddoe, sat down with Asahi Pompey and Tonya Veasey to discuss the obstacles facing older Black women as they reenter the labor market and pursue meaningful, sustainable opportunities. They highlighted some of the innovative workforce and policy solutions that Black women across the public, private, and philanthropic sectors are pursuing to not only reverse the current situation but to create lasting change.
Equal Opportunity to Achieve the American Dream (video)
Our President & CEO, Gary A. Officer, sat down with Joseph Kenner, President & CEO of Greyston, to discuss equitable opportunity, economic mobility, and Greyston’s innovative Open Hiring® program.
Biden’s Big Bet on Race
The latest post by the Center for Workforce Inclusion asks the important question: Like so many other people and institutions, then-candidate Biden found the right words during last summer’s protests, too. But nearly six months into a presidency largely defined by its response to a historic pandemic and intent on stabilizing a country reeling from multiple crises, it’s worth asking of the man who made mending racial divisions the central thesis of his decision to run: how is he doing?