Blog | October 27, 2017

Illinois Leads the Way in Fighting Temp Worker Abuse

From the growth of the “gig economy” to employment structures that leave workers wondering “who’s the boss,” we’re seeing a(…)

Press Clips | October 19, 2017

Actresses—and Millions of Other Workers—Have No Federal Sexual-Harassment Protections

Via: The Nation

Employers’ false claims that their employees are independent contractors have enormous consequences.

Press Clips | October 13, 2017

A Historic Rule Has Held McDonald’s Liable for Labor Abuses. The GOP Is Close to Undoing It.

Via: In These Times

This bill is a transparent attempt to protect large companies that outsource their work in unethical ways.

Blog | October 11, 2017

House Bill Attacking Joint Employment Would Leave Contract Workers Vulnerable

The bill would pave the way for corporations in contracted arrangements to dodge the law.

Blog | September 28, 2017

Why Forced Arbitration Matters: Uber as a Poster Child

Uber is deeply invested in maintaining this ambiguity, any way it can.

Commentary | August 3, 2017

Who’s the Boss? House Republicans Want to Help Employers Dodge Responsibility for Harming Workers

Via: U.S. News and World Report

The House bill would allow companies to doge responsibility for their workers.

News Releases | July 27, 2017

On House Republicans’ Bill to Take Away ‘Joint Employment’ Legal Protections from Outsourced Workers

Companies that call the shots at a workplace should be accountable for how the workers there are treated.

Blog | June 9, 2017

Trump DOL Signals Rollbacks When Nobody is Watching

President Trump’s promise to put America’s workers first has proven illusory.

News Releases | June 7, 2017

On Labor Department Rescinding Guidance on Joint Employment and Misclassification

This symbolic move doesn’t change the law nor anyone’s rights or responsibilities under the law.

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