News Releases | October 16, 2017

Unprecedented Coalition Urges Food Safety Officials to Reject Poultry Industry Effort to Increase Line Speeds

The current pace of 140 birds per minute is already dangerous for workers and consumers.

Press Clips | October 16, 2017

Another Obama Decision Reversed? Now It’s About Food Safety.

Revving up poultry line speeds would be highly dangerous for poultry workers.

News Releases | October 15, 2017

California Governor Brown Signs Fair Chance Act, Extending ‘Ban the Box’ to Private Employers

California becomes the 10th state to adopt background check reforms for private-sector employers.

Commentary | October 13, 2017

America’s Workers Deserve to Get Paid for Burning the Midnight Oil

Will the Labor Department appeal a judge’s recent decision that could deny overtime pay to millions of Americans?

Press Clips | October 13, 2017

A Historic Rule Has Held McDonald’s Liable for Labor Abuses. The GOP Is Close to Undoing It.

This bill is a transparent attempt to protect large companies that outsource their work in unethical ways.

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.

Press Clips | October 6, 2017

No Class Action: Supreme Court Weighs Whether Workers Must Face Arbitrations Alone

Collective action is a key tenet of labor law, with a long history of government protection.

News Releases | October 2, 2017

SCOTUS Hears Arguments in Case That Could Tilt Legal Landscape in Favor of Corporate Lawbreakers

Corporations are trying to use forced arbitration clauses to prevent workers from banding together to challenge workplace wrongs.

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.

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