National Employment Law Project
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DOL is once again hiding unfavorable data from the public.
NELP calls for a congressional investigation into how Mr. Acosta handled this case when he was U.S. attorney in Miami.
$15 is now the benchmark for a strong minimum wage around the country.
A $15 minimum wage recognizes the value that St. Paul’s workers bring to the area’s thriving economy.
Voters across the political spectrum showed they want action on key working-family issues.
Drug testing UI applicants—when there is no basis for suspicion—is a gross insult to unemployed Americans everywhere.
The Restoring Justice for Workers Act would prohibit the use of forced arbitration clauses in employment contracts.
This administration’s latest attack on transgender people is immoral and unconstitutional—and it cannot stand.
It is truly sad to see DOL, the agency charged with promoting the welfare of the nation’s workers, proposing to(…)