National Employment Law Project
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Congress should focus on providing COVID relief, not on forcing through this SCOTUS nomination.
This month, a federal court in New York struck down the heart of the U.S. Department of Labor’s controversial new(…)
Too many workers today lack access to collective action and bargaining.
This Labor Day, it’s time we fight to restore Democratic rights in the workplace — including the right to form(…)
Workers at XPO’s Memphis warehouse spoke out against pregnancy discrimination and harassment; in response, the company shuttered the warehouse.
The Trump administration National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) recently posted a proposed rule revising its joint employer standard—which determines when lead employers(…)
McDonald’s could pay its 1.9 million workers $4K more per year with the money it spent on buybacks.