The work we do defines us. Indeed, Americans spend most of our waking hours at work and our jobs are inextricably linked with our economic and social status. Yet, work is a context in which some groups of people are burdened by subtle and not-so-subtle injustices. The research in our lab is driven by a vision that (1) work can be better for everyone, and (2) making work better for everyone can disrupt pernicious cycles of disadvantage. We study the challenges that women, LGBT people, religious and racio-ethnic minorities, mothers and pregnant women, and older workers face in the workplace. We also identify, develop, and assess theory-grounded interventions to overcome these obstacles and provide evidence to make work better for everyone.