Blog | April 5, 2024

A Closer Look at Amazon’s Misleading 2023 Injury Report

Amazon recently released its 2023 safety report, touting improvement in health and safety outcomes. Here NELP discusses some of the(…)

News Releases | April 5, 2024

March Jobs Report: Ten Percent of Workers Are Self-Employed, But Millions May Be Misclassified

Millions of workers who are not actually in business for themselves are misclassified as independent contractors.

News Releases | March 29, 2024

On OSHA’s Updated Worker Walkaround Rule

For Immediate Release: March 29, 2024 Contact: Emily Orlich, nelp@berlinrosen.com Washington, DC – Following is a statement from Rebecca Dixon,(…)

News Releases | March 15, 2024

On Minneapolis’s New Minimum Pay Standard for Uber and Lyft Drivers

The new pay standard establishes a fair wage floor for app-based ride-hail drivers.

News Releases | March 8, 2024

February Jobs Report: Immigrants Power U.S. Job Growth but Struggle for Rights at Work

It’s critical that immigrant workers have the power to demand respect and dignity and fully enforce their workplace rights.

News Releases | February 8, 2024

On the Bipartisan Unemployment Insurance Program Integrity and Improved Administration Framework

Reforms that strengthen the UI system deserve strong bipartisan support.

News Releases | February 6, 2024

With Gratitude to SEIU President Mary Kay Henry

NELP offers its congratulations and deepest gratitude to SEIU President Mary Kay Henry.

News Releases | February 2, 2024

January Jobs Report: With Job Growth Strong, Workers Demand Greater Safety and Pay

Nationwide—In January, the unemployment rate remained steady at 3.7% according to new data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics. The(…)

Blog | January 26, 2024

Acting Labor Secretary Su Highlights Growing Momentum to Fix Unemployment Insurance

A strong unemployment insurance (UI) system is like a sturdy bridge: When workers are out of a job, they should(…)

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