National Employment Law Project
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The unemployment insurance program is profoundly unprepared for the next economic downturn.
Far from a recipe for liberty this is, instead, a prescription for chaos.
Those packages don’t appear by magic.
Trump’s Labor Department wants to rescind an Obama-era rule that tips belong to the servers.
A regionally tiered minimum wage would be poor policy that would leave too many workers behind.
State governments can protect workers by raising overtime standards at the state level.
House Republicans advanced a bill to roll back longstanding “joint employer” protections for workers contracted by big companies.
Will the Labor Department appeal a judge’s recent decision that could deny overtime pay to millions of Americans?
There’s now a bullseye on the back of employers like Amazon, Walmart and McDonald’s.