Pitting Grandma Against Her Caregiver

A new infographic from the Institute for Policy Studies and the National Domestic Workers Alliance about the home care industry.

Home Care Inequality - FINAL

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Who Will Care for Grandma

Ai-jen Poo: My Hopes for Home Care Workers This Year

A Living Wage for Caregivers

Obama Wants Home Care Workers to Get Minimum Wage, But a Federal Judge Is Standing in the Way

A Decent Living for Home Caregivers—And Their Clients

Shouldn’t Home Care Workers Earn a Living Wage?

Why the home care wage fight matters

Home Care Workers Denied The Right To Make Minimum Wage And Overtime

Obama’s promise to raise wages for home care workers is crushed in court

Homecare workers deserve fair pay

2 Million Homecare Workers Need Court to OK Raise


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International Franchise Association

Reporters’ Guide to the International Franchise Association

Home Care Aides At A Glance

Paying the Price: How Poverty Wages Undermine Home Care in America

When Will We Stop Exploiting Home-Care Workers?

The Anti-Union Bosses’ Group Fighting Fast Food Organizing Is Now Going After Home Care Workers


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National Domestic Workers Alliance

Caring Across Generations

Jobs with Justice

Hand in Hand

National Employment Law Project (Implementing Home Care Reforms)

SEIU (Fight for 15 Homecare)