National Employment Law Project
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Across the country last week several governors laid out plans for significant increases in state minimum wages.
NELP supports the president’s proposals to ensure that more workers qualify for and receive jobless aid.
Governor Doug Ducey (R) says he’ll withhold state funds from cities that raise the minimum wage.
Uber’s new background check policy ultimately fails the workers it’s meant to help.
The president can bolster his legacy of improving the lives of working families.
NY began the New Year with a major escalation of the campaign to make it the first state to enact(…)
Seattle has passed a law allowing for-hire drivers to collectively bargain with the companies they work for.
Over one dozen legislative or ballot proposals are expected to move in 2016.
The industry’s pervasive outsourcing of employer functions means workers often struggle to hold anyone accountable for labor violations.