Blog | June 23, 2017

Why Employers Are Hiring People With Records

Businesses are looking beyond the stigma of a record and giving people a fair chance to work.

Blog | June 9, 2017

Trump DOL Signals Rollbacks When Nobody is Watching

President Trump’s promise to put America’s workers first has proven illusory.

Blog | May 19, 2017

Missouri Lawmakers to Lowest-Paid Workers in St. Louis: We’re Taking Back Your Raises

Republican lawmakers to St. Louis workers: Remember that pay raise we said you could have? We’re taking it back.

Blog | April 27, 2017

The Cost Of Rolling Back Worker Protections: First 100 Days

Stripping away health and safety protections means more worker deaths and injuries on the job.

Blog | April 27, 2017

Strong Momentum for Fair-Chance Hiring and Occupational Licensing Reform in 2017

Fair chance hiring and occupational licensing reform bills are taking off across the country.

Blog | March 20, 2017

Arizona Supreme Court Upholds Minimum Wage Increase Approved by Voters – Again

Grasping at straws to halt the raise, business groups put up a straw man, and the court sent them packing.

Blog | March 15, 2017

“Right to Work” Bills Pose Fundamental Threat to Workers

A vital defender of workplace rights is under attack.

Blog | March 13, 2017

NELP Builds Capacity to Defend Against Attacks on Workers

NELP is ramping up capacity to defend and advance workers’ rights at a time when workplace protections are under attack,

Blog | March 9, 2017

How State Governments are Fighting to Suppress Local Minimum Wage Raises

The more public support builds for raising the minimum wage, the more opponents are fighting to keep wages down.

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