Blog | June 1, 2016

Health and Safety Risks Grow for Home Care Workers

Home health aides, personal care attendants, and certified nursing aides top the lists for workplace injuries, illness, and violence.

News Releases | May 25, 2016

GAO Report Finds Injured Meat & Poultry Workers Denied Medical Care at Worksite

Meat and poultry processing workers suffer some of the highest rates of workplace injuries and illnesses.

Commentary | May 11, 2016

Big Poultry Workers Are Literally Peeing Their Pants So That Americans Can Have Cheap Chicken

Poultry plant workers say they routinely are denied time to use the bathroom.

News Releases | May 11, 2016

On the New Federal Rule Requiring Better Tracking of Workplace Injuries and Illnesses

Employers must submit workplace injury and illness records to OSHA electronically.

Commentary | April 22, 2016

On Factory Farms, Chickens and Workers Alike Suffer

More than 250,000 men and women work in U.S. poultry plants in unbelievably harsh conditions.

News Releases | March 24, 2016

OSHA Issues Updated Rule Protecting Workers from Deadly Silica Dust

Workers should not have to sacrifice their lives for a paycheck.

Blog | March 3, 2016

Scheme to Gut Protections for Injured Workers Ruled Illegal in Oklahoma

The ruling could help stop the cancerous spread of workers’ comp “opt out” plans.

Press Clips | January 21, 2016

BNA Daily Labor Report: NELP Expands Its Reach Into Safety and Health of Low-Wage Workers

The addition of Debbie Berkowitz as NELP’s senior fellow for worker safety and health is a wonderful opportunity.

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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