National Employment Law Project
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A state oversight board has rejected a challenge to the NY fast food $15 minimum wage order.
There was never a valid policy justification for the Social Security offset.
On-demand workers shouldn’t be treated as second-class employees.
Nearly half of FBI background checks fail to include crucial information on the outcome of a case after an arrest.
More U.S. cities in more states are moving ahead to raise wages.
Requiring federal contractors to obey the law is not a burden—it’s the bare minimum taxpayers have a right to expect.
In 270 cities and towns, tens of thousands of low-wage workers joined the “Fight for $15” day of action.
Errol Louis discussed the latest developments in the fight to raise the minimum wage with NELP’s Paul Sonn.
The poultry industry is cutting corners when it comes to workers’ safety.