National Employment Law Project
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Judicial review of wage theft settlements is crucial to ensuring fairness, compliance, and transparency.
To truly tackle the problem of wage theft in our current system, which almost always places on workers the burden(…)
When a new congressional majority rode to power in the 1990s on an agenda that demonized civil legal services and(…)
Increasingly, employers use non-competes to prevent workers across the company from leaving for better jobs and higher wages.
The St. Paul City Council should strengthen enforcement in its minimum wage proposal.
The Trump administration National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) recently posted a proposed rule revising its joint employer standard—which determines when lead employers(…)
Remembering the Adamson Act is important because it was a small victory in a struggle that is very much alive(…)
The National Employment Law Project (“NELP”) expresses solidarity with the incarcerated individuals and organizers striking across the country who are now entering(…)
With this ordinance, Seattle is beginning to restore a measure of equity to domestic workers.