National Employment Law Project
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This symbolic move doesn’t change the law nor anyone’s rights or responsibilities under the law.
Key principles for a broad public-private system of social benefits that is universal, portable, and flexible for all workers.
It’s hard to think of anyone less suited for the job of lifting up America’s forgotten workers than Andrew Puzder.
The growth of low-road subcontracting has helped drive down wages and working conditions.
NELP calls on Uber to treat its drivers as employees.
These companies are showing that what’s good for workers is also good for business.
Drivers are protesting a unilateral 15 percent slashing of driver fares by Uber and Lyft.
The guidance makes clear that employers, regardless of their business structures, must abide by our nation’s baseline labor protections.
NELP’s report offers a roadmap for fair treatment of workers in the on-demand economy.