Commentary | January 17, 2020

Letter to the editor: Line speeds, worker safety are real concerns

The wellbeing of tens of thousands of workers in pork processing plants is at stake.

Blog | January 15, 2020

NELP Files Amicus Brief in 2nd Circuit Case: Preventing End-Runs Around FLSA Settlement Review

Judicial review of wage theft settlements is crucial to ensuring fairness, compliance, and transparency.

News Releases | January 13, 2020

Labor Department’s ‘Joint Employer’ Final Rule Exposes More Workers to Wage Theft

DOL’s rule makes it easier for corporations to cheat workers and look the other way when workplace violations occur.

Blog | January 6, 2020

My Vision for Justice

Blog | January 6, 2020

My Vision for Justice

  I am thrilled to start this new year and decade as NELP’s new Executive Director! Taking the helm of(…)

News Releases | January 3, 2020

On the Labor Department’s Final Rule Allowing States to Privatize Employment Services

Migrant and seasonal farmworkers would no longer be covered by key protections against racial discrimination with this move.

Blog | December 31, 2019

A New California Law Signals a New Beginning for Contract Workers

AB5 is a landmark victory for workers who organized to restore fundamental labor rights.

Blog | December 24, 2019

Thank you, Christine Owens! 

Blog | December 24, 2019

Thank you, Christine Owens! 

Chris will be missed by NELP’s board, staff , partners and allies.  We will continue to build on all we have accomplished(…)

News Releases | December 23, 2019

47 States, Cities, Counties to Raise Minimum Wage on New Year’s Day

21 states and 26 localities—more jurisdictions than ever before—will raise their wage floors around January 1.

News Releases | December 17, 2019

On EEOC’s Decision to Rescind Policy Against Forced Arbitration in Bias Cases

This gives employers a green light to use forced arbitration to take away workers’ right to their day in court.

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