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The U.S. Department of Labor on Tuesday issued a notice of proposed rulemaking on guidelines around employers’ classification of workers(…)
The Trump administration issued rules and legal guidance that made it more difficult for unions to organize workers, and for(…)
Following is a statement from Rebecca Dixon, executive director of the National Employment Law Project, on the introduction of the(…)
Uber and Lyft have legally cemented the independent contractor status of ride-hail drivers. Now other states are on the horizon.
Last week, the Federal Reserve issued the first of a projected seven interest-rate hikes this year in order to slow the American(…)
We highlight findings from 20 research studies documenting the experiences of workers struggling to make a living on the apps.
Voters want lawmakers to make it harder for companies to shed responsibility for their workers by calling them “independent contractors.”
The DOL rejected gig companies’ false message that workers would somehow benefit from being left out of fundamental employment protections.
In a virtual briefing before Congressional staff on March 4, 2021, “Centering Workers of Color to Ensure Essential Rights in(…)