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This statement puts forth a shared definition of good jobs, supported by more than 100 organizations and leaders representing business, labor, workforce development, policy, philanthropy, and research.
The Good Jobs Champions Group is committed to furthering the movement for good jobs through our daily work, and we invite you to do the same.
We all have a role to play in advancing good jobs. In this post, we lay out a range of actions that can contribute to realizing this vision.
The Good Jobs Champions Group are leaders in business, labor, philanthropy, and more who have come together to develop a common definition of a good job.
The Statement on Good Jobs signatories represent leaders working across public and private sectors nationwide who recognize the urgency and potential to advance good jobs.
Learn how we developed the Statement on Good Jobs. We are deeply thankful to all who provided comments and feedback.
I’m proud to sign the #GoodJobsChampions statement and commit to ensuring that workers enjoy stability, mobility, equity, respect, and voice on the job.
Millions of people work hard and play by the rules, but can barely get by. It doesn’t have to be this way. Organizations can work together to solve the #jobquality crisis. Join the #GoodJobsChampions today.
#GoodJobs are essential to our economy, democracy, businesses, families, and communities. But fewer than half of workers report having a good job. Let’s make them accessible to all. Will you join the #GoodJobsChampions?
Millions of workers struggle with low wages, inadequate benefits, discrimination, harassment, and the daily challenges of low-quality jobs. Join the #GoodJobsChampions and lead the fight for a better future of work.
The first step in improving #jobquality is agreeing on what a good job is. This definition by the #GoodJobsChampions is supported by leaders in business, labor, policy, philanthropy, and more. Will you add your name?
Work of all kinds is too often dehumanized, with jobs designed for processes over people — especially for women and people of color. Let’s confront these inequities and make #goodjobs available to all.
What’s in a good job? 1) Economic Stability: #GoodJobs ensure workers can meet basic needs — healthy food, a safe place to live, healthcare, and other essentials — for themselves and their families.
What’s in a good job? 2) Economic Mobility: #GoodJobs provide an equitable chance at hiring and mobility through learning, advancement, recognition, and opportunities to save and build wealth.
What’s in a good job? 3) Equity, Respect & Voice: #GoodJobs respect all workers’ contributions, help them understand the impact of their work, and listen and act upon their concerns and ideas.
More than 100 leaders and organizations have signed on to a shared definition of #goodjobs — which will help to build a future where every job is a good job. Will you add your name? Join the #GoodJobsChampions.
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