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Audit testing can proactively identify discrimination in the hiring process – public agencies should use it.
A decades-old investigative technique the federal government uses to expose evidence of discriminatory home-selling practices nationwide is also an effective(…)
A new report by the National Employment Law Project and Awood Center urges investigations by state authorities and more involvement(…)
Trina Davidson-Brooks said assisting the formerly incarcerated is vital so that they can break the cycle of criminality, rather than(…)
In the coming months, policymakers must prioritize the demands of workers of color, including demands for fair access to work(…)
This gives employers a green light to use forced arbitration to take away workers’ right to their day in court.
The new law ends 80 years of farmworker exclusion and discrimination in state labor law.
New York farmworkers are demanding basic labor protections that they’ve been shut out from for 80 years.
Workers at XPO’s Memphis warehouse spoke out against pregnancy discrimination and harassment; in response, the company shuttered the warehouse.