In addition to Social Security and Medicare, employers are required to participate in two forms of insurance to protect their workers: the joint federal-state unemployment i
The EEOC should expand its guidance on family responsibilities discrimination to include age as a protected basis on which it may occur.
Congress and the states should improve the FMLA and state FMLAs by lowering the jurisdictional threshold to employers with fewer than 50 employees, while still excluding ver
Employers should be required to provide employees with a reasonable number of days of paid time off.
Intergenerational cooperation and collaboration can improve the lives of older and younger Americans. The growing number of older people is a rich bank of human capital.
Policymakers should provide protections for grandparents who are helping to raise grandchildren.