Workforce, Wage Gap, and Unions
Women are best served by a dynamic economy that creates a wide-variety of job opportunities. IWF analysts highlight how women's choices, rather than systematic discrimination, drive difference between men and women's roles in the economy. IWF also considers how unions can impede progress, by making companies less competitive, creating one-size-fits-all compensation regimes, and by increasing government's control of our economy.
Equal-Pay Day Debunked in Three Minutes
Video: Straight Talk About the Wage Gap
Reporting Misleading Stats Isn’t “Analysis”
Businesses Are Already Changing the Workplace for Women
The Battle of the Wage Gap
Why we Care about that Pesky Little "Wage Gap" statistic…
NLRB to Federal Court: Drop Dead
Big Labor Making Big Headlines
Race and Gender: Increasingly Irrelevent in the Labor Market
Union Pal Hilda Solis Leaving Labor Department
Using “Equality for Women” As Cover for Bigger Government
About That Wage Gap
A Wolverine Blow for Liberty
More Good News: Michigan House Approves Right-to-Work Law
Michigan Considers Right to Work
Peeking Behind the Proposed Teacher Bar Exam
Black Friday Fizzles—for United Food and Commercial Workers
Salary Negotiations Are a Factor in the Wage Gap
Why Do Unions Hate Kids?
Look for the Union Label…or Not
You Deserve a Break Today Says the CTA
Wage Gap Whammy
Feminists Bust Wage Gap Myth--By Accident
Furchtgott-Roth: AAUW Wage Gap Report is "Political Propaganda"
Where Are All the Gaps Going?
National Journal: Why a Pay Equity Study Irked a Conservative Women's Group
Release: The Real Story in the AAUW's Wage Gap Study
Did the AAUW Just Diss Me?
What's Behind the AAUW's New Report on the Wage Gap?
Equal Pay Was Law Long Before Ledbetter
Public Sector Compensation Grew 3 Times Faster than the Private Sector in California
Rubber Room with a View
From the Debate: The Wage Gap and the Daughters v. Sons Myth
Michigan School Districts Embrace Merit Pay…by Giving Outstanding Teachers $1 Raises
Teachers Union Charter School Stalls
Education Secretary Arne Duncan Says Chicago Strike was “Great for Children”
Will the Third Time Be a Charm for Paycheck Protection in California?
The Fuzzy Math of Collective Bargaining
The Teachers Union Doth Protest Too Much, Methinks
Teachers Unions Fight Back Over “Won’t Back Down”
Millionaire Teachers: Educators are Getting Entrepreneurial, Getting Over a Monopoly Mindset
Most Union Members Don’t Get to Choose Their Union Representatives
“Political Perpetual Motion Machine,” Not Better Schools
Breaking Up Over “Won’t Back Down”?
Celebrating Labor Day Chicago Style
Detroit Union Boss Proves You Can Lead Some Horses to Water, but You Cannot Make Them Think
Sacramento Politicians Putting their Heads in the Sand over Teacher Quality
Amidst Budget Crisis, Chicago Public Schools Hires More Teachers
Why Some Women Will Never Be Happy With Proof of Equality