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Workplace Education for Low-Wage Workers

Amanda L. Ahlstrand

Workplace Education for Low-Wage Workers

by Amanda L. Ahlstrand

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Published by W. E. Upjohn Institute .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Training,
  • Knowledge Capital,
  • Business & Economics,
  • Business / Economics / Finance,
  • Case studies,
  • Education,
  • Employee assistance programs,
  • Employees,
  • Employer-supported education,
  • United States,
  • Business/Economics

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages175
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL11220220M
    ISBN 100880992654
    ISBN 109780880992657

    There are numerous books on low-wage workers but one of the most detailed -- and a bit chilling -- is Beth Shulman's The Betrayal of Work: How Low Wage Jobs Fail 30 Million Americans. Here's a list of publications and books related to low-wage jobs. Work, Education and Income. Investing to expand access to education, jobs and careers to build lifelong financial security for adults, youth and their families. Millions of Americans struggle to find jobs or are stuck in low-wage positions with little chance for advancement.

      The sheer number of low-wage workers is hard to reconcile with top-line economic statistics. The declining U.S. unemployment rate, which hit percent in October, should augur prosperity for the Author: Marcela Escobari. Low-Wage America is the most extensive study to date of how the choices employers make in response to economic globalization, industry deregulation, and advances in information technology affect the lives of tens of millions of workers at the bottom of the wage distribution.

      Journalist James Bloodworth worked undercover at an Amazon warehouse in England for three and a half weeks in In his book "Hired: Six months undercover in low-wage Britain," to be published. Summary. State attorneys general can be key allies in protecting workers’ rights. While there are variations in the structure, resources, and jurisdiction of state attorney general offices, these offices often have a range of powers that can enable them to play a key role in advancing and defending workplace protections by ensuring that employers comply with the law.


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Workplace Education for Low-Wage Workers by Amanda L. Ahlstrand Download PDF EPUB FB2

This book reports on a study of employers' practices regarding workplace education and training for low-wage workers. Drawing on interviews with 40 organizations showing unusual commitment to providing training, and case studies of eight organizations, Ahlstrand (US Department of Labor) shows that companies can benefit from providing workplace education and training.

Workplace education for low-wage workers / Amanda L. Ahlstrand, Laurie J. Bassi, Daniel P. McMurrer. Although the United States is in the midst of a slowdown as this book goes to press, nonetheless its unemployment rates in recent years have understood why lower-wage workers receive less workplace education.

The supply side of the Cited by:   Workplace Education for Low-Wage Amanda L. Ahlstrand, Laurie J. Bassi, and Daniel P. McMurrer. Kalamazoo, MI: W.E. UpJohn Institute for Employment Research. Amanda L. Ahlstrand & Laurie J. Bassi & Daniel P. McMurrer, "Workplace Education for Low-Wage Workers," Books from Upjohn Press, W.E.

Upjohn Institute for Employment Research, number we, : RePEc:upj:ubooks:we Note: PDF is the book's first chapter. All chapters are available from html page. : Workplace Education for Low-Wage Workers (): Ahlstrand, Amanda L., Bassi, Laurie J., McMurrer, Daniel P.: BooksCited by:   Workplace education Workplace Education for Low-Wage Workers book a promising approach to helping low-skilled workers obtain additional skills and education that lead to higher paying jobs and greater family income.

Unfortunately, it receives insufficient attention. In the wake of the Great Recession, many employers remain in need of skilled workers to be competitive. Read this book on Questia.

This study examins a catagory of education and training that is not frequently put under the magnifying glass: employers practices and decision-making processes with regard to workplace education and training for lower-wage workers. This study reports on employers' practices and decision-making procedures with regards to workplace education and training for low-wage workers.

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[Amanda L Ahlstrand; Laurie J Bassi; Daniel P McMurrer] -- This study examines a category of education and training that is not frequently put under the magnifying glass: employers practices and decision-making processes with regard to workplace education.

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Ives East ILR School Cornell University Ithaca, NY Author: Amanda L. Ahlstrand, Laurie J. Bassi, Daniel P. McMurrer. Lower-income workers—defined as earning a household income of $60, a year or less—are changing jobs more frequently.

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This book is the fruit of an extensive research effort into the working con. InFutures Without Violence launched its Low Wage, High Risk project to address gender-based violence among vulnerable workers in three sites and five industries scattered across the : Bernice Yeung.

This chapter critically examines the heightened scrutiny of low-wage workers, both employed and unemployed, effected through the widespread use of ‘basic skills’ assessments.

Employers are increasingly using literacy, numeracy and language skills assessments as the basis of hiring decisions as well as a range of other employment decisions Cited by: 4.

Though many policies to assist low-wage workers have been proposed, there is little agreement across the political spectrum about which policies actually reduce poverty and raise income among the working Works for Workersprovides a comprehensive analysis of policy measures designed to address the widening income gap in the United States.

We’re talking about the millions of low-wage workers in this country and the very real lack of a safety net to protect them. An estimated million people in the US have no paid sick leave, and as the coronavirus spreads, those million people all have to make a choice between going to work where infection can and will spread, or.

With its rigorous analysis of what works and what doesn’t, What Works for Workers points the way toward effective reform. For social scientists, policymakers, and activists grappling with the practical realities of low-wage work, this book provides a valuable guide for narrowing the gap separating rich and poor.

Workers' Rights in the Gig Economy The Worker Institute Workers' Rights in the Gig Economy This multi-stakeholder convening uniquely brings together government agencies, labor organizations, and scholars to share experience and best practices in dealing with the impacts of non-standard work, also known as on-demand or gig-economy work.

"How the University Works is a serious wake-up call for the entire profession, and, based on what I overheard at the [ MLA] book fair, Bousquet is about to emerge as the Al Gore of higher education." (Thomas Hart Benton The Chronicle of Higher Education)Cited by: Research shows that low-skill, low-wage workers can gain from additional education and training.3 In fact, educational attainment, particularly postsecondary education and training, is often cited as a key factor contributing to increased worker earnings and career advancement.4 While higher education and skills can benefi t workers.

This study focused on a little-studied health disparity — workplace health promotion among low-wage workers. The objective of the study was to examine through interviews and focus groups 1) worksite culture, environment, and policies that influence healthy eating and physical activity; and 2) barriers that reduce worker participation in Cited by: