National Employment Law Project
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The “42%” have made themselves clear.
First-ever poll of workers who are paid less than $15/hr.
NELP applauds the Senate’s work to advance criminal justice reform and to fix flawed FBI background checks for employment.
Unemployed Floridians deserve a program that is fair and accessible, write George Wentworth and Cindy Huddleston.
New York is the 19th state to implement a policy, along with nearly 100 cities and counties and D.C.
Only 1 in 8 unemployed Floridians receives jobless aid—lowest rate in the nation.
The growth of the on-demand economy calls for decisive action to safeguard workers’ rights.
New York is paving the way for a $15 minimum wage.
NELP’s report offers a roadmap for fair treatment of workers in the on-demand economy.