Center for Women and Work

What We Do

As part of its multi-faceted research and policy work, The School of Management and Labor Relations' Center for Women and Work (CWW):

  • Addresses women’s advancement in the workplace
  • Conducts cutting-edge research on successful public and workplace policies
  • Provides technical assistance and programs to educators, industry, and governments
  • Engages issues that directly affect the living standards of New Jersey’s and the nation’s working families

Our Focus Areas

Our areas of concentration include:

Recent Announcements

"Momentum is growing in N.J. to require paid sick time" 
By CWW's Danielle Lindemann and Jon Whiten, deputy director at New Jersey Policy Perspective
Published in Times of Trenton on December 4, 2013
According to the authors, "earned sick leave policies provide benefits not only for employees, but also for their employers and surrounding communities, while having no adverse consequence on the economy." Click here to read this op-ed

It’s Catching: Public Opinion toward Paid Sick Days in New Jersey
As New Jersey’s policymakers consider establishing a minimum standard for paid sick days, CWW has released an issue brief on the subject that finds an overwhelming majority (83 percent) of state residents of all political affiliations support paid sick day policies. Click here to view this report

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Contact Us

Call the Center for Women and Work at 848-932-4614.