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Poultry processing is an industry that targets the most vulnerable group of workers.
Despite the fact that they care for others for a living, many home health care workers lack health insurance.
“Even prior to Trump’s immigration policies, there was a culture of fear in our workplaces across the country.”
NELP expert Laura Huizar comments on a $15 minimum wage proposal in Minneapolis.
Bank workers are routinely pressured to open unneeded accounts for customers as they try to meet strict sales goals.
We applaud the President for embracing the role of the federal government as a model employer.
This is a very big deal, says NELP’s Paul Sonn.
Oregon’s tiered approach raises some concerns, says Paul Sonn.
Preemption has limited what localities can do to raise wages, says Tsedeye Gebreselassie.