Blog | September 28, 2020

Federal Court Decision on Joint Employer Rule a Win for Temp Workers

This month, a federal court in New York struck down the heart of the U.S. Department of Labor’s controversial new(…)

News Releases | September 24, 2020

#SAVETHE600 Coalition and Unemployed Workers Call on Congress to Immediately Address the Crisis Millions of Unemployed People Are Now Facing

Following is a statement from the #SAVETHE600 Coalition: There should be no greater priority for our nation’s elected officials than(…)

News Releases | September 24, 2020

In Solidarity With Breonna Taylor’s Family

NELP extends our deepest condolences and solidarity to the family of Breonna Taylor.

News Releases | September 22, 2020

NELP Denounces DOL’s Independent Contractor Proposed Rule That Would Expose More Workers to Wage Theft, Misclassification

The proposed rule would make it easier for corporations to cheat their workers and avoid minimum wage and overtime protections.

News Releases | September 21, 2020

NELP Mourns the Passing of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg 

We honor RBG, a historic figure in the fight for women’s rights,

Blog | September 10, 2020

Thank you, Maurice! We Will Miss You.

The NELP team congratulates Maurice Emsellem on being appointed senior advisor at the CA Labor & Workforce Development Agency.

Blog | September 4, 2020

Remembering the Hamlet Fire

Blog | September 4, 2020

Remembering the Hamlet Fire

Today, the sweeping changes we need to prevent another modern-day, preventable workplace catastrophe like the Hamlet Fire are overdue.

News Releases | August 26, 2020

Groups Urge Maryland Gov. Hogan to Issue Emergency Safety Standard to Protect Workers from COVID-19

The governor should require Maryland OSHA to do its job and protect workers from COVID-19.

News Releases | August 19, 2020

Labor Department Report: More Workers Speaking Up, Blowing the Whistle on COVID Safety Violations—But Their Complaints of Retaliation Face Delays at Understaffed OSHA

Over half the COVID retaliation complaints were summarily dismissed, while remaining cases are taking longer than ever to investigate.

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