Blog | June 15, 2018

LGBTQ Workers Are Winning Their Rights. But Because of Forced Arbitration, They Can’t Use Them.

The expansion of LGBTQ employment rights has coincided with workers’ diminishing access to the court system.

Blog | June 15, 2018

Five Questions with Debbie Berkowitz, NELP’s Worker Health & Safety Director

Debbie Berkowitz answers 5 questions about her journey as a worker safety and health advocate.

Blog | June 11, 2018

New Possibilities Ahead for Workers Left out of Labor Standards?

Could states be free to adopt expansive collective bargaining for sectors in which companies routinely label their workers independent contractors?  In Chamber of(…)

Blog | June 11, 2018

Webinar | From Sexual Harassment to Wage Theft

By establishing a comprehensive intake process and providing a baseline knowledge of the law in the areas of wage and(…)

Blog | June 5, 2018

The Supreme Court’s Decision in Epic Systems—What You Need to Know

The big effect of this case is that the Supreme Court has now said that your boss can force you(…)

Blog | June 5, 2018

What’s Next for Forced Arbitration? Where We Go After SCOTUS Decision in Epic Systems

Advocates know that it is difficult to understate the devastating effect Epic Systems will have on workers’ rights. The Supreme Court has(…)

Blog | June 1, 2018

Epic Fail and Dynamex’s Glory: Two Cases in Context

Two momentous cases for workers have come out in the last month: one permits corporations to force workers to waive(…)

Blog | May 18, 2018

How Two Court Decisions Could Mean Gig Is Up for Many Companies that Call Their Workers Independent Contractors

It seems the gig is up for many companies that call their workers independent contractors.

Blog | May 1, 2018

Cashing Out: Big Banks’ Lobbying Dollars Mean Weaker Protections for Consumers and Workers

Last week, Mick Mulvaney announced he may take down the publicly available database of complaints against big banking interests.

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