Workers are increasingly powerless in today’s economy. The decades-long assault on the voice and agency of American workers continues to erode their position under employers: Declining unionization rates, the proliferation of noncompete and arbitration clauses, and outsized employer power plague labor markets today. Additionally, an increasingly fissured workplace is yet one more challenge our most

In Left Behind: Snapshots from the 21st Century Labor Market, Roosevelt Program Director Rakeen Mabud and Program Associate Jess Forden explore today’s changing economy and the future of work through the lens of six occupations: carework, food service, manufacturing, mining, nursing, and trucking. Despite a seemingly robust and healthy economy, as indicated by headline measures

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: October 3, 2018 CONTACT: Mariam Ahmed, mariam.ahmed@berlinrosen.com   UNPACKING THE “FUTURE OF WORK”: ROOSEVELT INSTITUTE PANEL, NEW REPORT HIGHLIGHT CHALLENGES FOR 21ST CENTURY WORKERS New report and speakers from Roosevelt Institute, Economic Security Project, National Women’s Law Center, and Restaurant Opportunities Centers United explore workers’ economic insecurity   WASHINGTON, DC – Amid

Progressives should embrace employee ownership as one of the best ways to challenge corporate power from the bottom up and put supporting the growth of worker-owned firms in the center of our strategy. As the economy becomes Uber-ized and dominant firms in all sectors take up more and more market share, structural reforms like better