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The bill would ensure that immigrant workers can assert their workplace rights without fear of immigration-based retaliation.
5.9 million workers were unemployed in February, an increase of 242,000 from the prior month.
Su has a proven track record of advancing racial and economic justice for workers.
A concerning new trend is the increase in the percentage of workers reporting that they worked multiple jobs.
Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas announced new guidance on the agency’s procedures for granting temporary immigration relief and work authorization(…)
The U.S. Department of Labor’s final monthly jobs report of 2022 revealed that 4.5 million jobs were added and the(…)
The National Employment Law Project (NELP) applauds the Federal Trade Commission’s (FTC) proposed rule to ban non-compete contracts for all(…)
Radical shifts for Black women workers mean building new narratives centered on abundance, dignity, and collective liberation.
“Before the next recession, Congress must act with urgency and implement permanent, structural reform of the unemployment insurance system.”