News Releases | October 3, 2018

SCOTUS Considers Whether Trucking Companies Can Dodge Worker Lawsuits in New Prime Inc. v. Oliveira

Should big companies that break the law get to decide if and when the rules apply to them?

Blog | July 26, 2018

Seattle Passes Historic Domestic Worker Bill of Rights

With this ordinance, Seattle is beginning to restore a measure of equity to domestic workers.

Blog | July 25, 2018

NELP Files Amicus in Oliveira v. New Prime: Indentured Servitude in the Fine Print

A new Supreme Court case threatens to push forced arbitration onto misclassified truck drivers.

News Releases | June 7, 2018

America’s Nonstandard Workforce Faces Wage, Benefit Penalties, According to U.S. Data

Black and Latinx workers are overrepresented in nonstandard work with the lowest job quality: temporary help agency work.

Blog | May 18, 2018

How Two Court Decisions Could Mean Gig Is Up for Many Companies that Call Their Workers Independent Contractors

It seems the gig is up for many companies that call their workers independent contractors.

Commentary | May 17, 2018

Employers Can’t Duck Responsibility for Workplace Safety by Hiring Contract Workers

Via: San Francisco Chronicle

The court clarified what it means to be a true independent contractor.

Commentary | February 13, 2018

Trump should require federal contractors to follow the law

It’s time for the Trump administration to ensure that irresponsible employers are not given federal contracts.

Commentary | December 20, 2017

Last Minute Holiday Deliveries Mean Bad Working Conditions

Via: Huffington Post

Those packages don’t appear by magic.

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