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But the rest of the DOL’s regulatory agenda is business as usual, to workers’ detriment.
Raised in rural Mississippi, powerhouse advocate for racial and economic justice will take the helm at preeminent worker rights advocacy(…)
The proposed rule would upend decades of protections for some workers.
More than 30,000 workers could lose their jobs or face cuts in pay.
DOL’s proposal would allow employers to assign tipped workers more non-tip-generating work while still only paying them $2.13 an hour.
This rule represents a not-so-subtle attack on the character of unemployed Americans.
No one should be fooled by DOL’s new overtime regulation, which covers far fewer workers than a 2016 rule.
This is a dangerous step backwards in worker and food safety.
New national report, The New Social Contract for Workers, calling on elected leaders to embrace a slate of new public(…)