National Employment Law Project
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There are significant flaws in this legislation that must be corrected by Congress immediately.
Every day that Congress delays these reforms only worsens this public health and economic emergency.
The coronavirus has shined a light on the fragility and inadequacy of our worker health policies. We have an opportunity(…)
The rule opens the door for private companies to control public-serving functions, with no accountability to the public.
Let’s talk about how to ensure all workers can comfortably save for retirement, not about limiting their opportunities to save.
Voters across the political spectrum showed they want action on key working-family issues.
The proposal is yet another administration effort to exclude immigrants and advance a racist, xenophobic agenda.
Now is the time to strengthen Social Security, secure its long-term stability, and expand its benefits.
Work requirements push is just another way to punish low-income people.