News Releases | March 22, 2017

On the Confirmation Hearing for Labor Secretary Nominee Alexander Acosta, and Senate Move to Repeal OSHA Injury Reporting Rule

Statement of Christine Owens, executive director of the National Employment Law Project

Commentary | March 21, 2017

Stand with Workers, Oppose Any Attempt to Repeal OSHA’s Injury Recordkeeping Rule

Don’t let employers in the most dangerous industries get away with hiding serious injuries and keeping false records.

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.

Commentary | March 18, 2017

A GOP Rising Star’s Big Choice

Missouri Governor Greitens should veto a bill that strips St. Louis minimum wage workers of a raise.

News Releases | March 16, 2017

On President Trump’s Budget Proposal

Trump has proposed a draconian budget for the Department of Labor that betrays workers.

Blog | March 15, 2017

“Right to Work” Bills Pose Fundamental Threat to Workers

A vital defender of workplace rights is under attack.

Commentary | March 14, 2017

‘The Perfect Nanny’ for Uber CEO Travis Kalanick

Wanted: a nanny for one misbehaving executive.

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,

Commentary | March 10, 2017

The Latest ‘Underhanded Maneuvers’ in the Minimum Wage Wars

Battles around preemption are quietly playing out in statehouses from Iowa to Maryland.

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