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This “in-your-face” evidence that vigorous hiring isn’t lifting our paychecks also reflects a sharp dropoff in bonus and incentive pay(…)
Candidates are realizing the connection between low wages, work that is subcontracted and inequality in our country.
Far too many workers are denied the overtime pay protections they deserve, says NELP’s Christine Owens.
“Some workers question the model’s fairness, suggesting that companies are padding their bottom lines by shifting costs to workers with(…)
The new rules could be adopted by the end of 2015, says NELP’s Christine Owens.
“The ranks of contingent workers, including the self-employed, temporary hires and independent contractors, swelled to 40 percent of the workforce(…)
“Leaders of the Fight for 15 movement to raise fast-food wages say they plan to treat a $15 sector-wide minimum(…)
As mass incarceration becomes the civil rights fight of our time, find out how you can support the children left(…)
The news comes just as Los Angeles finalizes its landmark increase.