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 | August 16, 2017

40 Groups Urge Agriculture Secretary to Oppose Increasing Line Speeds in Poultry Plants

Increasing line speeds at poultry plants would jeopardize workers’ and consumers’ safety.

News Releases | August 14, 2017

On Charlottesville and Our Path Forward

We are appalled by the president’s unconscionable delay in repudiating the white supremacist movement by name.

Commentary | August 3, 2017

Main Street Must Be Prepared for Immigration Crackdown

Employers can take steps now to protect their business and employees.

Commentary | August 3, 2017

Who’s the Boss? House Republicans Want to Help Employers Dodge Responsibility for Harming Workers

The House bill would allow companies to doge responsibility for their workers.

Commentary | August 3, 2017

L.A. Can Protect Bank Workers and Customers

Despite the Wells Fargo scandal, America’s biggest banks still use predatory sales quotas.

News Releases | August 3, 2017

NELP, MoCo Advocates Blast Sham Study on $15 Min. Wage

The sky will not fall if Montgomery County (MD) gradually raises pay for working people.

Blog | August 2, 2017

Dallas Woman Hopes Her Story Will Help Defend Progress on Fair Chance Hiring

Beverly Harrison hopes that her story will illustrate the importance of fair chance hiring policies.

News Releases | August 1, 2017

Civil Rights & Worker Rights Groups Seek to Defend Landmark EEOC Criminal Records Guidance in Texas Federal Lawsuit

The EEOC’s common-sense guidance encourages fair consideration of all qualified job applicants.

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