National Employment Law Project
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It’s not too early to plan for extending unemployment benefits.
Our amicus brief argues that there are compelling social and public policy reasons why “gig” workers like Uber drivers should(…)
Unemployment benefits may be available to many workers affected by the shutdown, but some may later receive repayment notices.
The law now codifies DOL’s authority to operate the RESEA program, with ten years of guaranteed, expanded funding.
We all rely on shortcuts when making decisions in order to avoid getting overwhelmed. State legislators, in my more than(…)
Growing numbers of Americans, especially those in low-paying jobs, have work schedules that fluctuate wildly from week to week.
More funding for the U.S. employment services can help bring discouraged workers back into the labor force.
Reforms in the president’s 2017 budget would prepare our unemployment insurance system for the next recession.
The Obama administration’s proposed 2017 budget contains a wide range of unemployment insurance (UI) proposals. If adopted, they would take(…)