News Releases | September 18, 2018

NELP Urges Thorough Investigation of Sexual Assault Allegations Against Judge Kavanaugh

Sexual assault, harassment, and discrimination are disturbingly common in the workplace and in every corner of American life.

News Releases | September 13, 2018

Civil and Worker Rights Groups File Amicus Brief Defending EEOC Guidance on Use of Criminal Background Checks in Employment

The EEOC guidance advises employers that certain background check policies may constitute unlawful employment discrimination.

News Releases | September 7, 2018

On the Michigan Legislature’s Passage of a $12 Minimum Wage for All Workers and Paid Sick Leave

Michigan, which has helped build America’s middle-class with its factories and farms, should be proud today of what it has(…)

Blog | September 7, 2018

If You Work in a Dangerous Job, You Should Be Worried About Brett Kavanaugh

Like the president who nominated him, Kavanaugh will put corporate interests over workers and the public every time.

Blog | September 6, 2018

This Week in Labor History: Remembering the Adamson Act

Remembering the Adamson Act is important because it was a small victory in a struggle that is very much alive(…)

Blog | August 30, 2018

Don’t Underestimate the Power of Working People

This Labor Day, the power of working people is breaking through and shining bright.

Blog | August 30, 2018

Why NELP Supports the #PrisonStrike

The National Employment Law Project (“NELP”) expresses solidarity with the incarcerated individuals and organizers striking across the country who are now entering(…)

News Releases | August 21, 2018

New Report: Raising Minimum Wage to $12 Will Benefit Small Businesses and Workers Across Missouri

Raising Missouri’s minimum wage to $12 an hour would benefit both small businesses and workers.

Blog | August 14, 2018

Happy 83rd Birthday, Social Security!

Now is the time to strengthen Social Security, secure its long-term stability, and expand its benefits.

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