National Employment Law Project
90 Broad Street, Suite 1100, New York, NY 10004
Nearly 3 in 4 bank tellers in the U.S. earn less than $15 an hour, NELP’s study finds.
Could higher wages for bank tellers be the next battle in the fight for $15?
The pay hike for New York’s fast-food workers may spur other employers to raise wages too, writes Paul Sonn.
NY1’s Errol Louis discussed a state wage board’s decision to raise the minimum wage for fast-food workers with NELP’s Tsedeye(…)
The New York wage board recommended $15 hourly pay for fast-food workers statewide.
Fast-food workers will earn $15 by 2018 in New York City, and $15 by 2021 statewide,
The fight to raise wages has moved to the heartland.
Missouri’s governor refused to allow the legislature to run roughshod over cities and counties looking to raise wages locally.
The following statement is from National Employment Law Project executive director Christine Owens on the decision in Massachusetts to pay(…)