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.

News Releases | October 25, 2016

On the Texas District Court Enjoining ‘Fair Pay & Safe Workplaces’ Implementation

The ruling temporarily delays the full implementation of the executive order.

News Releases | August 16, 2016

New York City Establishes Division to Protect Paid Caregivers’ Rights

The division will help hundreds of thousands of New Yorkers who work in home care and child care.

Commentary | August 1, 2016

Fed Contracts Only for Those Who Respect Workplace Laws

Let’s not reward corporations that jeopardize workers’ safety, shortchange them on wages, and discriminate against them on the job.

Blog | July 5, 2016

Making Higher Wages a Reality in Los Angeles

Winning a higher minimum wage rate is only step one.

News Releases | March 16, 2016

NELP Applauds New Federal Legislation to Fight Wage Theft

The bill incorporates the best practices for preventing and remedying wage theft.

Commentary | November 16, 2015

Huffington Post: Putting Off-the-Clock Work Back on the Clock?

Judges are tying themselves in knots over what constitutes “work.”

Commentary | November 16, 2015

The Hill: Don’t Reward Lawbreakers with Federal Contracts

Requiring federal contractors to obey the law is not a burden—it’s the bare minimum taxpayers have a right to expect.

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