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Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas announced new guidance on the agency’s procedures for granting temporary immigration relief and work authorization(…)
The U.S. Department of Labor’s final monthly jobs report of 2022 revealed that 4.5 million jobs were added and the(…)
Radical shifts for Black women workers mean building new narratives centered on abundance, dignity, and collective liberation.
Audit testing can proactively identify discrimination in the hiring process – public agencies should use it.
A decades-old investigative technique the federal government uses to expose evidence of discriminatory home-selling practices nationwide is also an effective(…)
NELP Statement on the DOL’s FAQs and guidance on immigration relief for workers who witness workplace abuse.
At-will employment and the subminimum wage emerged from the backlash to Emancipation.
The following is a statement from Rebecca Dixon, executive director of the National Employment Law Project, on the Buffalo, NY(…)
Lawmakers in Hawaii approved a bill that would raise the state minimum wage to $18 by January 2028,