National Employment Law Project
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New York labor officials are proposing a $1 increase in the minimum wage for counties north of Westchester. If given(…)
Activists are pushing to end policies that allow employers to pay some workers less than the $7.25 federal minimum wage.
The following is a statement from Rebecca Dixon, executive director of the National Employment Law Project on the introduction of(…)
The workers compensation system is in a deeply troubled state, with enormous financial and social costs for America’s workers.
This law helps fast-food workers sustain a nonprofit that advocates for them.
Fair chance hiring is about an applicant being viewed as a person, not just as a checkbox on an application.
We applaud the President for embracing the role of the federal government as a model employer.
Despite recent job gains, the national labor force participation rate in August remained stuck near historic lows at 62.6%.
Take-home pay for many American workers has effectively fallen since the economic recovery began in 2009.