National Employment Law Project
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The National Employment Law Project (NELP) applauds the Federal Trade Commission’s (FTC) proposed rule to ban non-compete contracts for all(…)
“Before the next recession, Congress must act with urgency and implement permanent, structural reform of the unemployment insurance system.”
The Fight for $15 has helped Black and Latinx working people build wealth and inspired worker organizing across the U.S.
Despite continued job gains, the number of unemployed workers increased by 306,000.
California Workers and Advocates Call on Policymakers to Address Rampant Retaliation and Adopt Policies to Shift Power to Workers A(…)
The DOL has taken a significant step forward in ensuring all people who work for someone else have access to(…)
We cannot simply accept the deep racial disparities that continue to mark employment—and unemployment—in the U.S.
Audit testing can proactively identify discrimination in the hiring process – public agencies should use it.
A new analysis of just-released Supplemental Poverty Measure data from the U.S. Census Bureau shows that unemployment insurance (UI) benefits,(…)