National Employment Law Project
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The coronavirus is making painfully clear how difficult life is for underpaid workers in this country—from a lack of paid(…)
Last fall, the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB or “the Board”) published a notice that sounds a lot like a(…)
The new policies Uber has announced do not change the basics of how Uber exerts control: it sets fares, it(…)
AB5 is a landmark victory for workers who organized to restore fundamental labor rights.
Uber is at it again. The company is expanding its “on demand” model of precarious work to the temporary staffing(…)
This summer, our legal team has been very busy filing comments against US DOL’s worker attacks. After a relatively quiet(…)
When workers organize, they can win even against tech behemoths.
The state should ensure that gig workers have full rights as employees.
Our amicus brief argues that there are compelling social and public policy reasons why “gig” workers like Uber drivers should(…)