Blog | May 16, 2019

Uber Drivers Should Be Eligible for Unemployment Compensation: What’s at Stake in PA Supreme Court 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.

Blog | April 11, 2019

NELP: A History of Advancing Workplace Protections

Since 1969, NELP has worked through the ebbs and flows of laws regulating worker protections in the United States.

Blog | April 3, 2019

Ford Foundation’s Anna Wadia Honored as NELP Beth Shulman Fellow

NELP is honored to recognize Wadia for her work advancing dignity and justice on the job.

Blog | March 28, 2019

NELP Honors Young Leaders of Make the Road New Jersey

The young members of Make the Road: NJ helped New Jersey become the fourth to adopt a $15 minimum wage.

Blog | March 22, 2019

A Legacy of Fighting Back: Taking on the Exploitative “Workfare” System

When a new congressional majority rode to power in the 1990s on an agenda that demonized civil legal services and(…)

Blog | March 20, 2019

Claims That Auto-IRAs Will Backfire Don’t Hold Water

Let’s talk about how to ensure all workers can comfortably save for retirement, not about limiting their opportunities to save.

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