National Employment Law Project
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Despite recent job gains, the national labor force participation rate in August remained stuck near historic lows at 62.6%.
Let’s celebrate this vital social insurance program while striving to improve it for today’s changing workforce.
State unemployment programs have not caught up with the realities faced by workers today.
A new report details harmful state cuts to unemployment insurance programs since 2011.
The new law helps ensure claimants are not financially penalized when they choose to work.
Life is tough enough for unemployed workers and their families; it’s time to stop piling on.
Report shows that family caregivers are often shut out from unemployment benefits.
FiveThirtyEight.com covers NELP’s report on the need to reform unemployment insurance.
Last week, speaking before the American Enterprise Institute, Speaker John Boehner was asked about a recent speech Rep. Paul Ryan(…)