News Releases | August 11, 2021

New Report: New Yorkers Indicate That Retaliation Prevents Them From Exposing Workplace Dangers

More than 1 in 3 working New Yorkers are likely not to report sexual harassment.

News Releases | August 5, 2021

On the Passing of AFL-CIO President Richard Trumka

President Trumka spent his life fighting for workers’ rights and economic justice; he remains an inspiration to all.

News Releases | February 10, 2021

NELP and Allies File Supreme Court Amicus Brief to Defend Labor Organizers’ Access to Worksites

An adverse decision could potentially jeopardize regulators’ ability to access jobsites to enforce critical worker protections.

News Releases | February 3, 2021

On the Passing of John Sweeney, Former AFL-CIO President

Sweeney spent his career making the world a better place for all workers, be they in a union or not.

Blog | December 1, 2020

NELP Mourns Passing of Larry Willis

As president of the AFL-CIO’s Transportation Trades Dep’t, Larry was a fierce advocate for workers.

News Releases | February 6, 2020

NELP Applauds Bipartisan House Passage of the Protecting the Right to Organize (PRO) Act

The legislation lays out an urgent and far-reaching vision for building worker power by reforming federal labor laws.

Blog | February 6, 2020

The PRO Act Protects Worker Democracy, and That’s Good for All of Us

The PRO Act would strengthen workers’ ability to unionize and collectively bargain for better pay and working conditions, and much(…)

News Releases | October 18, 2019

On Job Loss and the Hedge-Fund Attack on AT&T

More than 30,000 workers could lose their jobs or face cuts in pay.

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