National Employment Law Project
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Now as New York’s workers, especially Black and Brown workers, face urgent needs — from the cut-off of federal unemployment(…)
A transformed unemployment insurance system must center racial and gender justice.
President Trumka spent his life fighting for workers’ rights and economic justice; he remains an inspiration to all.
Under at-will employment, most employers can legally fire workers without warning or explanation. We need to change that.
The Citizenship for Essential Workers Act is a testament to the movement for immigrant rights.
The FAIR Act would end corporations’ imposition of forced arbitration and class/collective action waivers in employment and civil rights cases.
An adverse decision could potentially jeopardize regulators’ ability to access jobsites to enforce critical worker protections.
Sweeney spent his career making the world a better place for all workers, be they in a union or not.
Survey reinforces need for worker-centered and equity-focused interventions in the pandemic recovery.