Yagnma called ABB after she was fired because she needed a few extra weeks to recover from a C-section. With our help, Yagnma was able to get her job back in a matter of days.
In 2014, the USDA rejected a proposal that would harm poultry workers and, as 40 organizations recently urged the Secretary of Agriculture, should do the same today.
After many years of advocacy, the Massachusetts Senate passed the Pregnant Workers Fairness Act (PWFA)! This bill will make it illegal for most Massachusetts employers to deny reasonable accommodations to pregnant workers.
It is necessary for New York State to continue being a leader on women’s rights issues by enforcing the rights women have in the workplace and educating both workers and employers about these laws.
Walmart is proud of its heritage as a family-founded company. Ironically, while the Walton family touts its family values, Walmart’s absence control program punishes workers who need to be there for their own families.
Yesterday, A Better Balance community advocate Natasha Jackson and ABB Skadden Fellow Sarah Brafman testified in Columbia, S.C. in support of the South Carolina Pregnancy Accommodations Act. The bill, introduced…
Three years ago, the New York City Pregnant Workers Fairness Act (NYC PWFA), went into effect on this day. The city law was one of the first of nearly a…