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At-will employment and the subminimum wage emerged from the backlash to Emancipation.
The Supreme Court today thwarted yet another avenue for workers to come together for better pay and working conditions.
Following is a statement from Jenna Gerry, senior staff attorney with the National Employment Law Project: “Today, the Government Accountability(…)
Strengthening UI is critical to racial equity, as job growth continues to be uneven.
We join in collective mourning and solidarity with all who demand action to prevent gun violence.
Amazon warehouses nationwide saw a spike in injuries in 2021, but the increase is even more stark in New York.(…)
Many state legislatures are successfully taking on the challenge of non-compete reform.
The following is a statement from Rebecca Dixon, executive director of the National Employment Law Project, on the Buffalo, NY(…)
Identity theft and other sophisticated criminal schemes contributed to potentially $163 billion in waste, while inflicting harm on unwitting victims.(…)