Blog | December 5, 2019

Uber’s Dangerous Expansion Into Temporary Labor

Uber is at it again. The company is expanding its “on demand” model of precarious work to the temporary staffing(…)

Blog | October 29, 2019

A Bold New Plan to Make Job Training Worker and Equity Focused

CAP proposal offers new framework for promoting equity and putting workers first in job training.

Blog | October 2, 2019

Round-up of NELP’s Legal Team’s Federal Fight Back Efforts – Summer 2019

This summer, our legal team has been very busy filing comments against US DOL’s worker attacks. After a relatively quiet(…)

Blog | September 16, 2019

Exposing Wage Theft Without Fear Is Possible AND Necessary

To truly tackle the problem of wage theft in our current system, which almost always places on workers the burden(…)

Blog | August 22, 2019

In Case of a Downturn: Extended Unemployment Insurance Is an Economic Lifeline

It’s not too early to plan for extending unemployment benefits.

Blog | May 16, 2019

Uber Drivers Should Be Eligible for Unemployment: What’s at Stake in PA Case

Our amicus brief argues that there are compelling social and public policy reasons why “gig” workers like Uber drivers should(…)

Blog | May 15, 2019

News About a Year-end Leadership Transition

Under Chris’s leadership, NELP has more than doubled in size and tripled its budget.

Blog | April 25, 2019

Meet the Warehouse Workers Challenging Amazon and Walmart

WWRC is a leader in confronting the trend of subcontracting and use of staffing agencies in the logistics sector.

Blog | April 17, 2019

How Lee Saunders and AFSCME Built Worker Power Post-Janus

At the core of Saunders’ leadership is the connection between public service and building collective power.

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