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Closer to the Finish Line

October 24, 2014
With opportunity gaps widening for poor children and children of color, new guidance from the Office for Civil Rights in the U.S. Department of Education offers new hope and protection from discrimination.
Marian Wright Edelman's picture

Back on the Job: Employee Protections Following a Breast Cancer Diagnosis

October 24, 2014
The story is all too common. After months of fighting, it looks like you have finally overcome your breast cancer diagnosis. All that is left is for some follow-up treatments and to return to work. To your surprise, after having fought off breast cancer, you now find yourself in a fight with your employer over the nature of your return.
R. Scott Oswald's picture

Are there toxic chemicals in your child’s “trick or treat” bag or Halloween costume?

October 23, 2014
Parents across the country are stocking up on this year’s hottest costumes for their little ghouls, goblins, and princesses, but some costumes may contain hidden toxic chemicals harmful to our children’s health. I wish I were tricking you.

Chris Christie is tired of hearing about the minimum wage. Moms are tired of $7.25/hour!

October 23, 2014
Earlier this week Chris Christie said he was "tired of hearing about the minimum wage." Governor Christie needs to wake up and hear what actual moms working low-wages are tired of!
Elyssa Koidin's picture

This may not be Yelp, but these Obamacare reviews are worth reading

October 23, 2014
When I need to buy something, be that my bed sheets or a new phone, I comb through online customer reviews to help me determine what I want to buy. So why not do the same with health coverage?
Nina Perez's picture

UPDATED: Let's talk about Paid Family & Medical Leave!

October 22, 2014
Celebrate National Work & Family Month with a Facebook chat about the need for paid family and medical leave!
Sara Alcid's picture

Why Flex Time Is the #2 Most Important Employee Benefit

October 21, 2014
Next to quality child care, flex time–much more than high tech fertility–is the most effective benefit companies could give women, and increasingly, men as well, to enhance opportunities to advance their careers while garnering better retention rates and job satisfaction without compromising productivity.
Gloria Feldt's picture

11 Tips to Help You Save on Groceries

October 20, 2014
I wasn’t much of a cook when I was younger. I admit it, I loved eating out. It was my biggest expense. Now, that I am older, with two sons who would eat me out of house and home if I let them, I realize that I can’t eat out as often as I once did. And, I don’t want to. Our bonding as a family has happened in the kitchen and at the dining table.
Migdalia Rivera's picture