News Releases | April 23, 2024

On the FTC’s Non-Compete Contracts Rule

News Releases | April 23, 2024

On the FTC’s Non-Compete Contracts Rule

The National Employment Law Project (NELP) applauds the Federal Trade Commission’s (FTC) rule banning non-compete contracts for virtually all workers.(…)

News Releases | April 12, 2024

On the Supreme Court’s Decision in Bissonnette v. LePage Bakeries—a Win for Delivery Drivers

Washington, DC—The National Employment Law Project applauds the workers who brought their case to the U.S. Supreme Court in Bissonnette(…)

News Releases | March 15, 2024

On Minneapolis’s New Minimum Pay Standard for Uber and Lyft Drivers

The new pay standard establishes a fair wage floor for app-based ride-hail drivers.

Blog | January 16, 2024

Workers Choose Solidarity and Demand Accountability  

Workers continue to fight for good jobs and reject corporate efforts to undermine solidarity by demanding protections, rights, and accountability.

News Releases | January 9, 2024

On the U.S. Department of Labor’s Rule on How it Determines Independent Contractor or Employee Status under the Fair Labor Standards Act

NELP commends the U.S. Labor Department’s new rule, which reinforces the breadth of employee coverage under the Fair Labor Standards(…)

News Releases | November 15, 2023

Poll: New York Voters Support Workers’ Demands for Full Employment Rights and Corporate Accountability

Voters overwhelmingly support requiring app-based companies to pay into social safety net programs.

News Releases | October 27, 2023

On the NLRB’s Updated Joint Employer Rule

Washington, DC – Following is a statement from Rebecca Dixon, president and CEO of the National Employment Law Project, on(…)

Blog | July 26, 2023

Temp Workers Score Another Victory in Illinois!

Temporary workers win new labor protections in Illinois.

Press Clips | June 2, 2023

Why Americans Want Part-Time Jobs Again

Via: Time

Despite the downsides of foregoing a traditional 40-hour-a-week job, more Americans are embracing part-time and freelance work as they emerge(…)

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