National Employment Law Project
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New Yorkers secured a huge victory today in the fight to reclaim our democracy from the outsized influence of corporations.
With this ordinance, Seattle is beginning to restore a measure of equity to domestic workers.
We cannot uphold our most basic workplace protections, such as the minimum wage, overtime premium pay, and child labor protections,(…)
A federal proposal, the Wage Theft Prevention and Wage Recovery Act, would go far in tackling this massive challenge. It(…)
The agreement calls for gradually raising the state’s minimum wage to $15 by 2023.
Equal treatment in wages is not just good policy, it is just—and an imperative for the District of Columbia.
The big effect of this case is that the Supreme Court has now said that your boss can force you(…)
The law cannot be more clear: Tips belong to workers and no one else.
This bill will guarantee that workers get to keep the tips that they earn.