Release of a New Research Report – Webinar: Making Care Work Pay: How A Living Wage Benefits Us All * September 22nd 8:30 a.m.

Release of a New Research Report – Webinar: Making Care Work Pay: How A Living Wage Benefits Us All * September 22nd 8:30 a.m.

In the midst of the coronavirus pandemic, it’s more clear than ever that the U.S’s 3.5 million direct care workers are critically important to our nation’s health—but are not valued accordingly. The Making Care Work Pay report demonstrates that paying a living wage has the power to reduce staff shortages and turn-over, improve productivity and quality of care, infuse billions of dollars into local economies, and offer financial security and independence of care workers themselves. 

Making Care Work Pay: How A Living Wage Benefits Us All 
Virtual Research Launch Event via Zoom
Tuesday, September 22, 8:30 -9:30 a.m. Pacific 

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In addition to presenting an overview of the research, president and CEO Katie Smith Sloan and senior vice president of research Robyn Stone, will moderate expert panels to discuss the research and its implications. Panelists include:

  • Ann Hwang, Community Catalyst  
  • David Grabowski, PhD, Harvard Medical School 
  • Haeyoung Yoon, National Domestic Workers Alliance  
  • Hayley Gleason, PhD, MSW, Colorado Department of Health Care Policy & Financing 
  • Jennifer Reckrey, MD, Mount Sinai – New York 
  • John Sauer, LeadingAge Wisconsin  
  • Mark R. Ricketts, National Church Residences  
  • Stephen Campbell, PHI  

This event is free but registration is required

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