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.

News Releases | April 27, 2017

On the Confirmation of Alexander Acosta as Labor Secretary

We’ll do everything within our power to ensure that Mr. Acosta’s Labor Department vigorously upholds its mission to protect workers.

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.

News Releases | April 27, 2017

Report: 27 Workers a Day Suffer Amputation or Hospitalization, acc. to OSHA Severe Injury Data from 29 States

The workers who put food on our tables should not have to sacrifice their health for a paycheck.

News Releases | April 26, 2017

New $15 Bill Is the Strong Action on Wages America Needs

This delivers exactly what America’s workers have been crying out for: strong action to raise wages.

News Releases | April 20, 2017

NELP and Economic Policy Institute to Host Workers’ Memorial Day Symposium

Join us on 4/28 to explore how we can improve workplace safety standards and enforcement.

Press Clips | April 17, 2017

Many Home Health Care Workers Lack Insurance of Their Own

Despite the fact that they care for others for a living, many home health care workers lack health insurance.

Press Clips | April 13, 2017

Fear of Immigration Raids May Harm Workplace Rights

“Even prior to Trump’s immigration policies, there was a culture of fear in our workplaces across the country.”

Press Clips | April 13, 2017

More than Half of Minneapolis City Council Members Support $15-an-hour Minimum Wage

NELP expert Laura Huizar comments on a $15 minimum wage proposal in Minneapolis.

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