National Employment Law Project
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This morning’s monthly jobs report shows the unemployment rate fell to 4.6%, indicating that job availability is improving for some(…)
We highlight findings from 20 research studies documenting the experiences of workers struggling to make a living on the apps.
Although many bills are tailored to drivers and delivery people, other gig companies, such as Handy, have tried to pry them(…)
Employees are losing their jobs because they won’t get vaccinated against COVID-19, and receiving unemployment benefits depends on the reason(…)
One in two U.S. workers (47% of workers overall, 50% of Black workers, and 52% of Latinx workers) have been(…)
The warehouse industry is facing an unexpected problem: Far too few people are willing to take on the often-grueling work,(…)
Hiring warehouse workers in the US is becoming a near-impossible task, with incentives such as free college tuition, sign-on bonuses,(…)
The latest jobs report from the federal government, covering September employment, had some bad news and, so to speak, some(…)
DHS will examine existing policies and recommend new ones to support the enforcement of labor standards.