By Bryce Covert and Alan Pyke on December 19, 2013
The news wasn't all bad for workers in 2013. They won some key victories.
By Aarthi Gunasekaran, Guest Blogger on December 19, 2013
When denouncing the U.S.'s handling of a female diplomat's arrest, India's government should look at its own treatment of women.
By Hayes Brown on December 17, 2013
The U.S. arrested an Indian diplomat for allegedly paying a nanny $3.31 per hour. Now India is retaliating, with one opposition leader threatening same-sex partners of American diplomats.
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By Bryce Covert on November 26, 2013
Caretakers, housekeepers, and those who care for the elderly and disabled make less than other workers just like them.
By Bryce Covert on November 14, 2013
Massachusetts is the latest state to weigh guarantee domestic workers better protections and working conditions.
By Christopher Butterfield on October 28, 2013
But over two dozen countries have taken steps in the last two years to secure labor rights for domestic workers.
By Annie-Rose Strasser on September 27, 2013
The law will guarantee that domestic workers receive overtime pay and the right to use kitchen facilities.
By Bryce Covert on September 17, 2013
Home care workers just got a long-awaited rule change that will give them minimum wage and overtime protections. Here's why it matters.
By Bryce Covert on September 12, 2013
Domestic workers in California could soon enjoy the same labor protections as other workers.
By Bryce Covert on September 3, 2013
Domestic workers will get the same labor protections as other workers in eight countries. But not in the United States.