On the heels of the release of A Better Balance’s new report “Long Overdue,” U.S. Reps. Jerrold Nadler (D-N.Y.), John Katko (R-N.Y.), Jaime Herrera Beutler (R-W.A.), Lucy McBath (D-G.A.), and Bobby Scott (D-VA) today introduced the Pregnant Workers Fairness Act (PWFA).
Our new policy brief--State of Our State: Women in the Workforce, released jointly with nonpartisan think tank ThinkTennessee--highlights the systemic barriers in Tennessee that prevent women, especially women of color and mothers, from achieving economic security.
Over the past five years, A Better Balance has been working closely on this legislation. We are thrilled that the Kentucky legislature has taken this important step forward in ensuring that no one has to choose between her job and a healthy pregnancy.
ABB Calls on Walmart to Confirm Reports About Pregnancy-Related Absences and Other Details NEW YORK – Just months after A Better Balance (ABB) filed a class action lawsuit alleging that Walmart’s absence policy…
Since our founding, A Better Balance has fought day in and day out for pregnant workers. 2018 was no different.
We've been joining forces with workers to put an end to pregnancy discrimination at Verizon distribution centers. However, company-by-company change is not enough. It's time for Congress to pass the Pregnant Workers Fairness Act.
These “no-fault” policies are portrayed as neutral because they purport to treat all absences the same, regardless of the reason, but in reality, they are incredibly unfair to workers and often force them to choose between their health and their jobs.