News Releases | January 30, 2019

On Lyft and Juno Suing to Block Higher Pay for Drivers in NYC

Ride-hailing companies can afford to pay a living wage but choose not to.

Blog | January 28, 2019

Washington State Considers ABC Test for Employee Status

The Washington State legislature holds hearings in the labor committees of both houses, to consider bills to address the issues(…)

News Releases | January 24, 2019

Trump Administration Rolls Back Workplace Injury Reporting Rule

The rule change allows dangerous employers to hide workplace injuries, hindering efforts to identify and prevent such injuries.

News Releases | January 23, 2019

Jobless After Hurricanes, 10,000+ Puerto Ricans Now Eligible for Unprecedented 52 Weeks of ‘Disaster Unemployment Assistance’

But advocates are raising serious concerns about the flawed application process.

Blog | January 21, 2019

This Martin Luther King Day, Let’s Stand in Solidarity With Black Public Sector Workers

Were Martin Luther King alive today, he would be standing alongside federal workers demanding an end to this despicable shutdown.

News Releases | January 17, 2019

New Jersey Joins New York, Massachusetts, & California in Deal to Adopt $15 Minimum Wage

Today’s victory is the result of successful organizing by low-wage workers in New Jersey.

News Releases | January 16, 2019

NELP Applauds Legislation to Raise Federal Minimum Wage

America needs a fair minimum wage that working people can live on and support a family on. The Raise the(…)

News Releases | January 15, 2019

SCOTUS Delivers Rare Forced Arbitration Win for Working People

SCOTUS rules that truck drivers whose wages were stolen will get their day in court.

Blog | January 14, 2019

Unemployment Insurance and the Government Shutdown: What Federal Workers and Contractors Need to Know

Unemployment benefits may be available to many workers affected by the shutdown, but some may later receive repayment notices.

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