National Employment Law Project
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Raising Missouri’s minimum wage to $12 an hour would benefit both small businesses and workers.
New Yorkers secured a huge victory today in the fight to reclaim our democracy from the outsized influence of corporations.
Workers, communities of color, advocates, and our courts will not allow preemption to deny local communities the very basic right(…)
The agreement calls for gradually raising the state’s minimum wage to $15 by 2023.
Tips are a supplement to, and not a substitute for, wages.
Equal treatment in wages is not just good policy, it is just—and an imperative for the District of Columbia.
The Colorado House vote to repeal the state’s minimum wage preemption law is a major victory for Colorado workers and(…)
The law cannot be more clear: Tips belong to workers and no one else.
Floridians overwhelmingly believe that states blocking local workplace ordinances hurts local democracy.