Patricia Wudel 03-20-2009

There's been quite a lot in the news recently about AIG and its concerns about retaining "talented staff" if bonuses go unpaid. I too work with exceptionally talented men and women.

Bailey Craft 03-18-2009
The clock is ticking for thousands of Liberian immigrants as the month of March draws to a close.
Majora Carter 02-01-2009
How to fight poverty and global warming.
Timothy King 01-01-2009

There is a battle raging for the definition of “green.” For years the stereotype meant tree-hugging polar-bear lovers and coffee-sipping Prius drivers. But public relations campaigns launched across the country have redefined “green” as anyone who has changed their light bulbs. We should all hope that the very different vision of California-based activist Van Jones, put forward in The Green Collar Economy, wins this war.

Kim Bobo 10-17-2008

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Regardless of who wins the presidential election, we need a secretary of labor who thinks and acts like Frances Perkins.

BeadforLife has helped roll hundreds of Ugandan families out of poverty by training HIV-positive women and refugees in the art of bead rolling.

Joan Fitzgerald 02-01-2007

Helping people move up in the work force requires coordinated efforts.

Rose Marie Berger 05-01-2003

Two years of economic slowdown has pushed the number of unemployed to new heights worldwide, according to a recent study by the International Labor Office.