Blog | October 29, 2019

A Bold New Plan to Make Job Training Worker and Equity Focused

CAP proposal offers new framework for promoting equity and putting workers first in job training.

Blog | September 16, 2019

Exposing Wage Theft Without Fear Is Possible AND Necessary

To truly tackle the problem of wage theft in our current system, which almost always places on workers the burden(…)

News Releases | September 13, 2019

Progressive Coalition Calls for Bold Action to Empower Workers

New national report, The New Social Contract for Workers, calling on elected leaders to embrace a slate of new public(…)

Commentary | August 29, 2019

Democracy Needs Unions

Commentary | August 29, 2019

Democracy Needs Unions

Via: OtherWords.com

This Labor Day, it’s time we fight to restore Democratic rights in the workplace — including the right to form(…)

News Releases | June 19, 2019

New York Passes Historic Farmworker Fair Labor Law

The new law ends 80 years of farmworker exclusion and discrimination in state labor law.

News Releases | May 6, 2019

Activists Rally in Albany Demanding Labor Protections for Long-Excluded Farmworkers

New York farmworkers are demanding basic labor protections that they’ve been shut out from for 80 years.

News Releases | May 2, 2019

Home Care Workers Will Fight Trump Administration’s Latest Move to Silence Workers’ Voices

A new Trump administration rule prohibits home care workers from paying their union dues directly from their Medicaid-funded paychecks.

Commentary | March 8, 2019

XPO Workers Needed Power of Union to Fight Pregnancy Discrimination

Via: Knoxville News Sentinel

Workers at XPO’s Memphis warehouse spoke out against pregnancy discrimination and harassment; in response, the company shuttered the warehouse.

Blog | June 15, 2018

Five Questions with Debbie Berkowitz, NELP’s Worker Health & Safety Director

Debbie Berkowitz answers 5 questions about her journey as a worker safety and health advocate.

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