News Releases | December 4, 2017

NELP Blasts Trump DOL’s Proposed Rule Allowing Tip Theft

Proposed rule constitutes “a wholesale attack on restaurant workers and the meager federal protections they have for their pay.”

News Releases | November 7, 2017

On House Passing Bill to Allow Joint Employers to Escape Accountability for Wrongdoing

Today, the House sided with large corporations over the rights of workers to be paid fairly for their labor.

News Releases | August 16, 2017

SCOTUS Forced Arbitration Case Could End Worker Class-Action Lawsuits, Amicus Brief Warns

Workers challenging employer misconduct cannot be forced to give up their right to sue as a group.

News Releases | March 6, 2017

On Congress Blocking the Fair Pay & Safe Workplaces Rule

Here’s another example of lawmakers protecting big business at the expense of workers.

News Releases | February 16, 2017

On the Nomination of Alexander Acosta for Labor Secretary

Mr. Acosta deserves a thorough vetting on the issues that matter most to America’s workers.

News Releases | February 15, 2017

On Puzder’s Withdrawal from Labor Secretary Nomination

From the start, it was clear that fast-food CEO Andrew Puzder was unfit to lead the U.S. Labor Department.

News Releases | January 31, 2017

Congressional Republicans Move to Undo Obama EO, Fire First Shot on Working Families

Republicans in Congress are moving to undo Obama’s Fair Pay and Safe Workplaces disclosure rule.

News Releases | December 8, 2016

NELP Raises Serious Concerns Over Fast-Food CEO’s Nomination for Labor Secretary

It’s hard to think of anyone less suited for the job of lifting up America’s forgotten workers than Andrew Puzder.

News Releases | October 27, 2016

On the Passage of New York City’s Freelance Isn’t Free Act

The new law provides important fair-pay rights to workers engaged as independent contractors in New York City.

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