National Employment Law Project
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Congress has no excuse: It must pass the Raise the Wage Act immediately.
Nearly 350,000 workers are each losing $4,000 annually because their states blocked local minimum wage increases.
Vast majority of states leave workers who challenge wage theft exposed to retaliation, chilling efforts at accountability.
Our amicus brief argues Michigan lawmakers undermined the will of voters in violation of the state constitution.
The new law ends 80 years of farmworker exclusion and discrimination in state labor law.
Outsourcing work to temporary help service agencies degrades the quality of federal government jobs.
The state should ensure that gig workers have full rights as employees.
Barriers to accessing state unemployment benefits threaten a core program that stabilizes the economy during economic downturns
Washington State Gov. Jay Inslee’s Department of Labor and Industries announced today the nation’s boldest proposal for restoring overtime pay(…)