Press Clips | October 1, 2021

‘A race to the bottom’: Google temps are fighting a two-tier labor system

Via: The Guardian

Google has knowingly and illegally underpaid thousands of temporary workers in Europe and Asia for years.

Press Clips | October 1, 2021

NYC passes bills to protect rights of app delivery workers

Via: Yahoo Finance

New York City passed a series of bills Thursday protecting the rights of food service delivery workers for companies such(…)

Press Clips | October 1, 2021

Hochul, be a hero to NY workers

Press Clips | October 1, 2021

Hochul, be a hero to NY workers

Via: Daily News

Now as New York’s workers, especially Black and Brown workers, face urgent needs — from the cut-off of federal unemployment(…)

Press Clips | September 27, 2021

NELP statement on introduction of the Unemployment Insurance Improvement Act

The following is a statement from Rebecca Dixon, executive director of the National Employment Law Project on the introduction of(…)

Press Clips | September 4, 2021

It’s time to transform our unemployment system

Via: The Hill

As the U.S. prepares to celebrate Labor Day, more than 7 million jobless workers face dire prospects as federal pandemic unemployment(…)

Press Clips | August 10, 2020

With OSHA as an Employer Advice Columnist, States and Cities Should Protect Workers from COVID-19

Via: Morning Consult

The federal government has failed to protect workers and shows little sign of changing, but recent developments in states and(…)

Press Clips | June 1, 2018

Workers’ Rights: Comp System Fails to Offer Adequate Benefits

Via: Workers Compensation - WC Magazine

The workers compensation system is in a deeply trou­bled state, with enormous financial and social costs for America’s workers.

Press Clips | May 21, 2018

The Supreme Court Is Helping Companies Get Away With Sexual Harassment

Via: Huffington Post

Expect the number of workers who have signed away their rights on the job to rise.

Press Clips | May 21, 2018

Supreme Court Backs Employers Over Workers in First of Two Major Labor Cases

Via: USA Today

The ruling could set back the Me Too movement against sexual harassment in the workplace.

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