Issues Impacting Workforce Development in the U.S.
The Center for Workforce Inclusion recognizes that the issues our workforce movement must address are wide-ranging and often complicated. Not only must we be state-of-the-art in workforce development, but also fully engaged with aging issues, economic conditions, workplace culture, business trends, and relevant laws and regulations at the local, state, and federal levels.
Part of the Center’s mission is to strengthen workforce development efforts across the U.S. through collaboration, education, and innovation. After all, aging, employment, and the economy are issues which touch all our lives.
As such, we have gathered below materials addressing some of the most important national and global factors that affecting workforce development in the U.S.
An Overview of the Act and its Impact, The National Committee to Preserve Social Security & Medicare
Older Americans Act: Overview & Funding, Congressional Review Service
Key Changes of the Older Americans Act, The American Bar Association
Spotlight February 2019: Older Americans Act, AARP Public Policy Institute
Out of Prison & Out of Work: Unemployment among Formerly Incarcerated People, The Prison Policy Initiative
Work and Opportunity Before & After Incarceration, The Brookings Institute
Breaking Down Barriers: Experiments into Policies That Might Incentivize Employers to Hire Ex-Offenders, The RAND Corporation
To Reduce Recidivism, States Scrap Barriers for Ex-Offenders, The PEW Charitable Trusts
State Policy Strategies for Narrowing the Gender Wage Gap, Institute for Research on Labor and Employment
The Impact of Equal Pay on Poverty and the Economy, The Institute for Women’s Policy Research
America’s Women and The Wage Gap, National Partnership for Women and Families
Do Firms Respond to Gender Pay Gap Disclosure?, Richard Paul Richman Center for Business, Law and Public Policy at The Columbia Business School