- Aug 25, 2015 | Nonprofit Quarterly Nonprofits Advocate for Changes to TANF as Congress Considers Reauthorization
- Aug 19, 2015 | Washington Monthly Volatile Schedules and No Safety Net: Denial of unemployment benefits is an all-too-common indignity for workers with irregular schedules. Liz Ben-Ishai published this article in Washington Monthly to describe the findings of a new report from CLASP and NELP examining the use of unemployment insurance by workers affected by volatile schedules.
- Aug 14, 2015 | The Nation The Many Ways You Can Be Screwed Out of Unemployment Benefits This article cites a joint CLASP/NELP report about the use of unemployment insurance for workers affected by volatile scheduling and includes insights from Liz Ben-Ishai.
- Aug 04, 2015 Unemployment Insurance Rules Fail Workers with Volatile Schedules
- Jul 15, 2015 Bill Would Address Volatile Job Scheduling Practices The Schedules that Work Act would address the problems faced by millions of workers who have unpredictable and unstable job schedules.
- May 12, 2015 New Tool for Employers Calculates the Full Cost of Employee Turnover To help business owners understand the cost of turnover, the Center for Law and Social Policy (CLASP) and Center for Economic and Policy Research (CEPR) have released an updated turnover calculator.
- Apr 09, 2015 Report: Family Caregivers Who Lose Jobs Due to Care Responsibilities Often Don’t Receive Jobless Aid Workers who lose their jobs due to caring for older, sick, or disabled family members are unlikely to receive unemployment insurance (UI) benefits. This is the case despite provisions in some states’ UI rules that are intended to address such situations.
CLASP's policy experts present at a wide variety of events, conferences, seminars and forums throughout the country. Following are upcoming CLASP staff presentations: