National Employment Law Project
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Criminal justice reform emerges as a leading bipartisan and economic Issue.
NELP’s Caitlin Connolly joined U.S. Labor Secretary Thomas Perez in calling for a $15 wage for home care workers at(…)
NELP’s Rebecca Smith on why California actors who work in small theaters should be covered by the state’s wage laws.
These findings are a snapshot, but they suggest that calls for greater work hours by Walmart employees are well founded.(…)
Home care is the fastest-growing occupation in the United States; the workers are among the lowest paid.
NELP filed a friend-of-the-court brief in support of the Labor Department’s regulations extending wage-and-hour protections to home care workers.
New York Times editorial, citing NELP, calls on the Obama administration to adopt fair-chance hiring for federal agencies and contractors.
It may have seemed a herculean task, but retail workers have just scored an unprecedented win against a retail giant.
“Today, Governor Cuomo announced that New York will raise the sub-minimum wage for tipped workers to $7.50 an hour at(…)