National Employment Law Project
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Workers’ demands and organizing efforts will deliver true flexibility and economic security.
Despite continued job gains, the number of unemployed workers increased by 306,000.
California Workers and Advocates Call on Policymakers to Address Rampant Retaliation and Adopt Policies to Shift Power to Workers A(…)
Amazon workers at a warehouse in Albany, New York, voted overwhelmingly against unionization on Tuesday.
The DOL has taken a significant step forward in ensuring all people who work for someone else have access to(…)
The U.S. Department of Labor on Tuesday issued a notice of proposed rulemaking on guidelines around employers’ classification of workers(…)
We cannot simply accept the deep racial disparities that continue to mark employment—and unemployment—in the U.S.
New York labor officials are proposing a $1 increase in the minimum wage for counties north of Westchester. If given(…)
Your boss is the boss of your job, not of your life. The Polk County Professional Firefighters union is in the throes(…)