Webcast: Instability and Flexibility in Today’s Labor Market

Replay the video from NOWCastSA's webcast at the UTSA College of Public Policy on April 15 about Instability and Flexibility in Today’s Labor Market: Implications for Low-Income Working Families, Child Care, and Public Policy, a Dean's Lecture Series event presented by Dr. Julia Henly.



Thanks to the sponsorship support of the College of Public Policy, the City of San Antonio Department of Human Services, Head Start Program, Workforce Solutions Alamo and donations from viewers like you, you can watch the presentation live or come back and replay the video later right here on this page.

Dr. Henly is an Associate Professor at the University of Chicago School of Social Service Administration (SSA). She is a faculty affiliate of the University of Chicago Center for Human Potential and Public Policy, the University of Wisconsin Institute for Research on Poverty, and the University of Michigan National Poverty Center. She serves on the advisory committee of SSA's Employment Instability, Family Well-being, and Social Policy Network and is a member of the steering committee of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Administration for Children and Families' Child Care Policy Research Consortium.

Dr. Henly’s research focuses on the intersection of family poverty, low-wage employment, and public policy, especially child care and family policy. She is interested in families’ economic and caregiving strategies, with particular attention to how work conditions, public policies, and social networks operate to support and complicate poverty management and economic mobility.

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