Blog | September 27, 2018

Non-Compete Provisions in Context: Why NELP Supports Calls for Reform

Non-competes hurt workers and enable employers to unfairly shield themselves from market pressure to improve wages and benefits.

Blog | September 7, 2018

If You Work in a Dangerous Job, You Should Be Worried About Brett Kavanaugh

Like the president who nominated him, Kavanaugh will put corporate interests over workers and the public every time.

Blog | September 6, 2018

This Week in Labor History: Remembering the Adamson Act

Remembering the Adamson Act is important because it was a small victory in a struggle that is very much alive(…)

Blog | August 30, 2018

Don’t Underestimate the Power of Working People

This Labor Day, the power of working people is breaking through and shining bright.

Blog | August 30, 2018

Why NELP Supports the #PrisonStrike

The National Employment Law Project (“NELP”) expresses solidarity with the incarcerated individuals and organizers striking across the country who are now entering(…)

Blog | August 14, 2018

Happy 83rd Birthday, Social Security!

Now is the time to strengthen Social Security, secure its long-term stability, and expand its benefits.

Blog | August 13, 2018

New Report Highlights Discrimination Issues in Online Platforms

An important new report by Data & Society highlights the employment barriers and discrimination risks created by online labor platforms(…)

Blog | July 26, 2018

Seattle Passes Historic Domestic Worker Bill of Rights

With this ordinance, Seattle is beginning to restore a measure of equity to domestic workers.

Blog | July 25, 2018

NELP Files Amicus in Oliveira v. New Prime: Indentured Servitude in the Fine Print

A new Supreme Court case threatens to push forced arbitration onto misclassified truck drivers.

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