Protect people from discrimination—freedom from discrimination is a fundamental right.
The security of middle-class families has been undermined by stagnating income, escalating debt, and rising costs for housing, education, and health.
The joint federal-state unemployment insurance (UI) system was created in 1935 as part of the Social Security Act to provide a safety net for workers who lose their jobs thr
All 50 states should adopt reforms to permit part-time workers and individuals seeking part-time work to receive UI benefits.
AARP is increasingly concerned about employer practices that may appear neutral on their face but can have an adverse impact on older workers.
AARP supports regulatory and legislative measures to prohibit discrimination against job-seekers because they are or have been unemployed.
America’s workforce development system is made up of public- and private-sector programs, financial aid, and supportive and other services that provide training and retraining to current workers an
Congress, federal policymakers, and the states should require workforce development centers to:
States should dedicate resources and designate an intermediary organization to foster local- and regional-level collaboration of job-training efforts among employers, workforce development centers,
Congress should adjust appropriations for all Title III programs to reflect both growth in the older population and the effects of inflation, should earmark funding for the ombudsman program, and s