National Employment Law Project
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The Supreme Court today thwarted yet another avenue for workers to come together for better pay and working conditions.
The rise of forced arbitration is fueling the wage theft crisis.
This gives employers a green light to use forced arbitration to take away workers’ right to their day in court.
The bill protects workers’ and consumers’ right to band together and have their day in court.
SCOTUS rules that truck drivers whose wages were stolen will get their day in court.
The Restoring Justice for Workers Act would prohibit the use of forced arbitration clauses in employment contracts.
After several courtroom losses, the bank is trying to strip women of their right to be in court at all.
Should big companies that break the law get to decide if and when the rules apply to them?
This Labor Day, the power of working people is breaking through and shining bright.