Blog | October 26, 2017

NELP Honors Coalition That Brought $15 to Minneapolis, Midwest

NELP will honor the Minneapolis $15 minimum wage campaign at its November gala in Washington, D.C.

Blog | October 11, 2017

House Bill Attacking Joint Employment Would Leave Contract Workers Vulnerable

The bill would pave the way for corporations in contracted arrangements to dodge the law.

Videos | October 2, 2017

Forced Arbitration Explainer Video & Link Roundup

Workers have a fundamental right to join together to challenge employer misconduct through collective legal action.

Blog | September 28, 2017

Why Forced Arbitration Matters: Uber as a Poster Child

Uber is deeply invested in maintaining this ambiguity, any way it can.

Blog | September 20, 2017

Losing Our Civil Rights Legacy in the Fine Print

Forced arbitration is robbing workers of longstanding civil rights protections.

Blog | September 14, 2017

Forced Arbitration and Work: What You’re Signing Away in the Fine Print

What if your employer could steal your wages or discriminate against you without fear of repercussions?

Blog | August 29, 2017

Ban-the-Box “Statistical Discrimination” Studies Draw the Wrong Conclusions

Ban-the-box is just one part of a comprehensive racial justice and economic opportunity agenda.

Blog | August 26, 2017

In Pardon of Arpaio, Trump Locks Himself in a Permanent Embrace With Racism

It feels like an understatement to say that, in pardoning Arpaio, Trump has violated his oath of office.

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