National Employment Law Project
90 Broad Street, Suite 1100, New York, NY 10004
In 2013, state leaders gutted NC’s unemployment insurance system; a new campaign is underway to repair the damage.
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(…)
It’s an open question whether the president’s wage insurance proposal should be a top safety-net priority in 2016.
The majority of jobless workers in the United States don’t receive unemployment benefits.
NELP supports the president’s proposals to ensure that more workers qualify for and receive jobless aid.
There was never a valid policy justification for the Social Security offset.
This webinar introduces NELP’s newly-released Unemployment Insurance Policy Advocate’s Toolkit.