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    • 01-28-10 NELP releases Working Without Laws, a new report documenting pervasive violations of employment and labor laws in New York City, affecting hundreds of thousands of low-wage workers. Read More
    • 01-22-10 NELP's Cathy Ruckelshaus testified before the Nevada Legislative Commission to Study Employee Misclassification about independent contractor reforms and best practices. Read More
    • 01-12-10 San Francisco Supervisors urge state to lift ban on home health care workers with criminal histories, quoting NELP's recommendations. Read More
    • 01-08-10 NELP Jobs Statement: Widespread job loss across industries more severe in this recession; long-term unemployment increases in December’s disappointing jobs report. Read More
    • 12-21-09 A NELP op-ed in the Huffington Post responds to recent calls by critics to lower the federal minimum wage. Read More
    • 12-21-09 Congress and the White House enact reauthorization of Recovery Act UI provisions; NELP analysis shows that this will prevent 1 million from facing benefit cut-offs in January. Read More
    • 12-17-09 NELP's Rebecca Smith is a panelist on Progressive States Network's national conference call, Promoting Wage Law Enforcement Policies in 2010. Read More
    • 12-15-09 NELP's Paul Sonn testifies in Pittsburgh on wage standards for economic development projects. Read More
    • 12-14-09 NELP co-authors the chapter "Recovery with a New Vision for Economic Development," in the Drum Major Institute's new book on New York City's economy. Read More
    • 12-10-09 Huffington Post op-ed by NELP and the Partnership for Working Families responds to claim that employers on major development projects can't pay a living wage. Read More
    • 12-07-09 NELP releases three "Know Your Rights" fact sheets for workers with criminal records, including how to file discrimination claims with the EEOC and reviewing California's laws on dismissals of convictions. Read More
    • 12-07-09 With state-by-state analysis, a new report from NELP and The Center for American Progress shows that 3.2 million will face benefit cut-off in 2010 without ARRA reauthorization. Read More
    • 12-02-09 NELP is seeking to fill job openings in our field offices in Oakland, California & Ann Arbor, Michigan. Please help spread the word. Read More
    • 12-01-09 NELP, NELA, and Chicago-based worker centers filed 7th Circuit amicus brief in Outback Steakhouse case urging easier procedures for wage and hour class actions. Read More
    • 11-19-09 NELP's Judy Conti spoke about wage theft at a Washington, D.C., press conference sponsored by Interfaith Worker Justice. Read More
    • 11-18-09 NELP analysis shows 1 million workers will lose benefits in January without reauthorization of ARRA Read More
    • 11-16-09 NELP argues before the Washington State Supreme Court that immigration status should not be allowed as evidence in a personal injury lawsuit, in order to protect access to the courts and promote safe workplaces. Read More
    • 11-12-09 NELP's Judy Conti speaks on a panel about Reversing the Decline in Good Jobs, held at the Economic Policy Institute. Read More
    • 11-12-09 Together with community groups from around the world, NELP attends the Global Forum on Migration and Development's Civil Society Days in Athens, Greece, to promote migration policies that protect migrant workers' human rights. Read More
    • 11-10-09 NELP posts fact sheet on new unemployment benefit extensions provided by H.R. 3548 Read More

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